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In 1941, in a woods in Ft. Benning in Georgia, 19-year old Pvt. Felix Hall was killed by lynching. The murder remains unsolved. Alexa Mills’ a 2016 graduate of the Media Innovation program chronicled Hall’s tragic story in an in-depth multimedia piece, “A lynching kept out of sight,” posted on The Washing Post’s website, September 2.

Photo credit: Sgt. Robert Templeton, Fort Benning Military Police Detachment, U.S. Army, March 28, 1941. (Department of Veterans Affairs records)

Read about how Alexa Mills researched and wrote the story in News@Northeastern.