August 4, 2018
Charles Evers, right, interviews Thomas Moore, left, on his radio station in Jackson, Miss., on July 13, 2005, during a journey back to Mississippi to seek justice for the Ku Klux Klan murders in 1964 of his younger brother, Charles Moore, and his friend, Henry Dee. James Ford Seale died in prison after the journey, accompanied by the Jackson Free Press, inspired a federal trial. Evers is the brother of slain civil-rights leader Medgar Evers. Photo by Kate Medley
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The Jackson Free Press teamed with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. to follow an Army vet and Mississippi native on his journey back home, looking for justice for his little brother ...