Objects & Places from Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age

Kevin Boyle
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Detroit

This city serves as the setting as the book begins. The black Sweet family moves into an all-white neighborhood in this city.

Central Florida

Sweet's parents eventually settle in this area.

Xenia, Ohio

This is the location of Wilberforce University where Sweet is sent at the age of thirteen.

Wilberforce University

This is an all-black school owned and operated by AME.

Washington, D.C.

This is the sight of Howard University's medical school.

Paris, France

This is the only place where Sweet has ever been where he is not victimized by discrimination, until he tries to arrange for Gladys' admission to the American Hospital.

2905 Garland Avenue

This is the address of the bungalow that Gladys and Sweet buy from Ed and Marie Smith.

Wayne County Jail

This is where the 11 prisoners and Gladys are housed while they await trial.

Wayne County Courthouse

This is where the trials...

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