Jacqueline Olive

director, producer and writer of “Always in Season”

Guest

Jacqueline Olive is a documentary filmmaker.

Jacqueline Olive on KCRW

Between 2005 and 2016, at least 20 Black people were found hanging in public places, and the deaths are often ruled suicides after police investigations.

‘Always in Season’ explores the history of lynching

Between 2005 and 2016, at least 20 Black people were found hanging in public places, and the deaths are often ruled suicides after police investigations.

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Looking at one of America's greatest shames. 
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The Hands of Persons Unknown

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