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The cross from a church in Ocoee where congregants sheltered Black residents fleeing the massacre. The cross is marked with bullet holes from shots fired by Ku Klux Klan members. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Ocoee Remembers Victims Of 1920 Election Day Massacre


The city of Ocoee is remembering the victims of the election day massacre one hundred years ago. City leaders will unveil a historic marker this Sunday. The unveiling caps a week of events aimed at reckoning with the city’s painful past- and acknowledging the worst incident of voting day violence in US history.
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