In 1963, more than a dozen girls were jailed for about two months in an old, squalid stockade in Georgia for protesting segregation. At StoryCorps, some of them talk about the experience.
The officers were charged with conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and official misconduct for allegedly exaggerating the threat the 17-year-old posed to officers.
For a new podcast, member station WNYC has been asking: What scares you? Samin Nosrat, the Iranian-American food writer behind the cookbook, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, talks about some of her fears.
Two years in, the movement has fractured under accusations of anti-Semitism, lack of financial transparency and infighting. Has this affected your decision to attend?