Blackmon, a professor in Georgia State University’s Creative Media Industries Institute, says these memorialization efforts go beyond Chattahoochee Brick and Westside Park.

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The lessees assumed all costs. The prisoners were to be found in the far-flung corners of these states working on anything from turpentine farms to cotton and sugar plantations to brickyards to coal and iron mines (Mancini 1996:1).

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Historians have reported that people who were leased were treated even more brutally than enslaved people because plantation owners had a financial.

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After the Civil War, the South’s economy, society, and government were in shambles. .

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Sep 15, 2021 · Convict leasing was largely banned in the 20th century, but has once more grown in popularity as immigrant labor has become harder to find.
• Complete a compare/contrast analysis of the convict leasing system and the current prison industrial complex.
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Although convict leasing had been abolished in Georgia in 1908,.

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During the first webinar, which we held on Juneteenth, we showcased a new report on convict leasing, produced by Hanna Kim on behalf of the Convict Leasing and Labor Project. We rate the claim that convict leasing, an example of systemic racism, was used to force Black people into unpaid labor for private and state industry as true. . . .

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