Katherine Moore (Aug 1923-Oct 2020) lived on Jonestown Planation initially with her Mother and Grandmother. The life of the Sharecropper was difficult as the plantation owner, “The Bossman,” demand much and gave truly little. “Blacks were Free but not free” Later still residing on the Plantation, at the age of 19 she married, gave birth to one child, and soon was pregnant with a second. The marriage was short-lived after her husband, Oscar Morris, and 18-month-old Baby Boy were gunned down in their home by a white man, who mistaken her husband for someone else and was never charged for the crime. Katherine was only allowed a truly short period to mourn the deaths of her husband and son and was told to go back to the fields regardless of her mental and physical condition being seven months pregnant. Less than one month after their deaths she gave birth to another child who was born with a distressed heart and did not survive. Today, much like the murder of Oscar Morris, we have mistaken identity, no consideration for innocent bystanders, premeditated, no remorse killings by white men that believe that blacks are lesser than, all look the same and enjoy a biased judicial system. In the nearly 80 years that have transpired, the killing of Katherine’s husband rings true today as African American men and women are murdered by white men and escape justice.
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