White Lies: a visual introduction into NPR's new true-crime podcast
May 14, 2019 8:06 AM   Subscribe

White Lies: a visual introduction into NPR's new true-crime podcast
In 1965, soon after Bloody Sunday, white minister Jim Reeb was murdered in Selma by four men. Three were charged, all were acquitted. A new NPR podcast explores the legacy of that death, and investigates the circumstances of Reeb's death. I worked on this visual introduction to the case, including photos, audio, and excerpts from the FBI case file.
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posted by Four String Riot (2 comments total) 4 users marked this as a favorite

Really great how these visual research nuggets and audio bring the whole world of the podcast to life.
posted by ouke at 3:02 PM on May 15


This just might make me view podcasts! Your work really helps with the story. When I've finished my current thing - a public presentation on urban stormwater - I'll come back and view in depth, some powerful graphics here.
posted by unearthed at 8:08 PM on May 15


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