Why the Communist Party Defended the Scottsboro Boys

Since the freight train whisked its method on the Alabama rails in 1931, nine boys lives that are changed forever. The main points of a group to their skirmish of white males and two females in the train remain ambiguous. But by the end associated with the train ride, nine young men—all African American, all teenagers—were headed toward their death by the unjust, vigilante mob and a system that is legal didn’t value their lives….