Evidence of Isadore Banks’ properties surfaces

After many decades, evidence is surfacing of Isadore Banks’ vast properties! Cooper reports that “The Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University’s School of Law has been investigating Banks’ case for over a year and has just made a remarkable discovery; The Project has found records proving what Banks’ family has known for […]

Tribute to Isadore Banks

In June 1954, Isadore Banks (July 6, 1893 – June 5, 1954), an African-American veteran of World War I, was chained to a tree, doused in gasoline, and burned alive beyond recognition. Now the traditional three-shot volley salute and the solemn sound of taps echoed across the black cemetery in the Delta flatlands of Arkansas, just across the […]