Lizzie Jenkins and The Real Rosewood Foundation: A Tale of Injustice and Justice

Lizzie Jenkins, founder of The Real Rosewood Foundation
Depiction of Rosewood signage, courtesy of Lizzie Jenkins
Jenkins’ aunt, Mahulda Gussie Brown Carrier, photo courtesy of Lizzie Jenkins
Jenkins’ mother, Theresa Marie Robinson, photo courtesy of Lizzie Jenkins

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Ronnie Lovler is a writer and editor, working on a memoir about her time in Latin America and her ongoing exploration of Western North Carolina.

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Ronnie Lovler

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Ronnie Lovler is a writer and editor, working on a memoir about her time in Latin America and her ongoing exploration of Western North Carolina.

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