This week on Full Circle we’ll be diving back into the lynching case of Timothy Charles Lee at the Concord BART station in 1985. On tonight’s show we’ll hear voices of the community that gathered in Concord for the 1st annual Memorial Walk for Timothy Charles Lee; testimony from Kiku Johnson, the now former
Executive Director of the Rainbow Community Center in Concord. We’ll hear a brief history of lynching in the united states by First Voice graduate Rod Akil and LA based artist Ken Gonzales Day and his history of lynchings in California by Shiloh B. We’ll meet San Francisco based visual artist Maria Judice and learn how Timmy’s story has influenced her life and her work.
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Learn more about the case of Timothy Charles Lee by reading the FBI public file here.. https://vault.fbi.gov/timothy-charles-lee/timothy-charles-lee-part-01-of-01/view
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