Recy Taylor never stopped fighting for racial justice

Get to know Recy Taylor: Raped at 24, her assailants weren't prosecuted and her family was terrorized, but she never stopped fighting for justice and was instrumental in the Civil Rights movement.

01/14/2018 2:01 PM


  • Will Dennis
    05/27/2020 02:21


  • Dorothy B.
    12/19/2018 21:36


  • Gorrette N.
    08/22/2018 05:16

    If she was a white gal then justice would have prevailed

  • James G.
    08/21/2018 21:15

    It was always been about sex-rape and being able to get away with it...Lincoln knew this was the truth....ended Slavery....

  • Sajid S.
    08/14/2018 11:39

    heroes always suffer in this world.

  • Terry K.
    08/13/2018 11:21


  • Christine G.
    08/13/2018 01:32

    They did the same thing to the Hawaiian people. They did the same thing to the Indians. Money creates an evil power. But in the long run their money and evilness feeds their own fire

  • Carl F.
    08/12/2018 23:45


  • John B.
    08/12/2018 20:58

    Fycking white dogs!!!

  • Vanessa C.
    08/12/2018 15:55

    I wish that Obama . Had a change meet her by than

  • Peter A.
    08/12/2018 14:45

    The long road to justice even in present dispensation is pretty far off.

  • Sumblina A.
    08/12/2018 12:06

    Great powerful woman and Rosa parks was always a great woman with great spirit and she is a role model for everyone around this world

  • Jess N.
    08/12/2018 09:43

    70 years later just an apology ... 😡

  • Miakel R.
    08/12/2018 08:06

    Somebody out there saying this is race-baiting. Now they need to sit back and try to Define that word for a second like for instance does it mean you want the shut the past up so it doesn't piss off certain people? Or does it mean you know what has transpired to make people so angry and bitter because you know it was your race that perpetrated such violent acts and say get over it . Hell no!! Just like we should never get over 9/11 we definitely shouldn't get over this.

  • Dave B.
    08/12/2018 04:18

    What happened to the assailants?

  • Jenn C.
    08/12/2018 03:53

    Thank you, Brut. I'm so proud to have made a video with you about my life earlier this year. You provide the best video content -- period. This woman's story must be heard. We must confront misogyny, violence and systemic racism. We must recognize Racy's courage to speak the truth.

  • Gwen T.
    08/12/2018 03:08


  • Jennifer B.
    08/12/2018 00:37

    Thank you for telling these stories Brut. The publicity is needed.

  • Nayla F.
    08/11/2018 23:44

    Just apology? What about those 6 white men??? Are they free???? Pathetic!!!!

  • Donna E.
    08/11/2018 23:03


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