This was a great episode that highlights how it was growing up as an African American in America back in the sixties. There are numerous untold stories like this that we’ll never get to hear. This show is a good demonstration that there are good people out there and that everyone back in that time wasn’t bad people.
In March 1964, a 35-year-old African American woman named Johnnie Mae Chappell was walking along the side of the road in Jacksonville, Florida. Four white men were driving around listening to the race riots on the radio. They had a gun on the dashboard. As they passed Chappell, one of the men leaned out the car window and shot her to death. As the police investigated the crime, evidence began to mysteriously disappear, making it impossible to punish the men who admitted to committing the crime.