Codename Greenkil: The 1979 Greensboro Killings
On November 3, 1979, in a Greensboro, North Carolina, housing project, gunfire erupted when a group of Klansmen and Nazis responded to public challenges to "face the wrath of the people" at a Communist-sponsored anti-Klan demonstration. Eighty-eight terror-filled seconds later, four demonstrators were dead, one was dying, and nine others were wounded. All of the dead were members of the Communist Workers Party (CWP).
In Codename Greenkil, Elizabeth Wheaton goes behind the scenes of the shootings to reveal the sixteen-year history of people and events that set the stage for the tragedy and its aftermath. In her new afterword, Wheaton looks at the legacy of the shootings, focusing in particular on the survivor-initiated Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission, whose members were empaneled in June 2004 and issued their final report in May 2006.
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This is a multi-level analysis of the problem of racism in the South incorporating the perspectives of three extremist groups: the U.S. Communist Workers' Party, the National Socialist Party of ... Read full review
Harold is a great man. The issue is not what he did, it’s that White men are NOT allowed to form any community as White people. There is a highly “racist” group of people that claim to be White, but not European, and they HATE whites. (Torah). They fear and loathe us, deny us our community. And then when violence breaks out, they be like.. “we’re eternal victims! Remember the 6 gorillion, goy!”. God bless Harold Covington. Heil Victory, comrade.