Jack Shuler

Jack Shuler of three books including "The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose." His writing has appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, The Atlantic, The Los Angeles Times, among others. He teaches American literature and nonfiction writing at Denison University.

Small-town progressives pick up the pieces of Ohio’s Democratic Party Jack Shuler
A fear not shared by all Americans: The privilege of knowing you'll never be a police brutality victim Jack Shuler
How close we are to slavery: America's horrible legacy still deeply runs through the nation's veins Jack Shuler
Nina Simone’s “Strange Fruit”: Inside the Jim Crow childhood of the High Priestess of Soul  Jack Shuler
"South Carolina does not do subtle racism": My life inside a segregation academy Jack Shuler
"Blacks in America have lived with terrorism for centuries": Monstrous history at the heart of the Charleston massacre Jack Shuler
Killing the "In Cold Blood" killers: The secret remnants of a grisly execution Jack Shuler
Lynching epidemic's reign of terror: A reminder that white lives matter -- and black lives do not Jack Shuler
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