There were no foreign attacks on American soil. Yet there were twelve bombings targeting black Americans in the “Jim Crow” South that year. But the final bomb was set off that year in a small town in Florida. And it was heard around the world.
Harry Moore and his wife, Harriette, were murdered on Christmas night, sixty-six years ago at the hands of racist terrorists. Harry knew he was a target for racist groups like the KKK but he swore he would keep going even if they killed him. The Moore’s courage was unmatched.