Lynching of Henry ‘Peg’ Gilbert
In 2016 two law students at CRRJ, Tara Dunn and Ariel Kong, unearthed Henry Gilbert’s story. Their work established that Gilbert was murdered in police custody. Their investigation led to an official apology from public officials in Harris County, Georgia.
Murder in Mobile
In 1948, in Mobile, Alabama, a black man named Rayfield Davis was beaten to death by a white man who was not prosecuted. The crime was forgotten until 2012, when law student Chelsea Schmitz was assigned to investigate. Watch this remarkable story of justice served at long last.
The Trouble I’ve Seen
Narrated by Julian Bond, this film follows the investigations of three Jim Crow-era cold cases pursued in 2012 by CRRJ law students Bayliss Fiddiman, Robert Sanderman, and Kaylie Simon.