Total Running Time 03:39
This machinima introduces the prototype for Always in Season Island, the immersive role-playing environment in the virtual world of Second Life (SL) that will give visitors an experiential look at the choices and circumstances that brought more than 10,000 men, women, and children out in Marion, Indiana on August 7, 1930 to watch the lynching of three African American men, Thomas Shipp, Abe Smith and James Cameron (the 16-year old who narrowly escaped). In development, this documentary project will not only teach diverse audiences about this form of racial violence, but will also provide them with tools to move beyond conversation to collectively seeking restorative justice, as well as solutions to problems related to racism and targeting others in their own communities.

For more information about Always in Season Island, please visit

Director, Multimedia Producer & Writer
Jacqueline Olive

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