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Documenting the Exoneration of the Last Witch of Salem
Presenting The Last Witch documentary filmmakers  Annika Hylmo and Cassandra Roberts Hasseltine. We discuss the exoneration effort of Elizabeth Johnson Junior, who was a Salem Witch Trials convicted witch from Andover, MA. She was overlooked during previous exonerations but has now been cleared after 330 years.  The Last Witch documents how the community came together for the effort, including  North Andover Middle School teacher Carrie LaPierre and her students,  historian Richard Hite, and MA State Senator Diana Dizoglio.  We look for answers to our advocacy questions: Why do we witch hunt? How do we witch hunt? How do we stop hunting witches?The Last Witch WebsiteThe Last Witch- A documentary 330 years in the makingKelly Clarkson covers Johnson's exonerationContact The Last WitchState Senator Diana DiZoglio Facebook PageGeorge Gerbner, Media ScholarMarilynne K. Roach, The Salem Witch Trials: A Day By Day Chronicle of a Community Under SiegeRichard Hite, In the Shadow of Salem: The Andover Witch Hunt of 1692University of VA, Salem Witch Trials Documents and TranscriptionsEnd Witch Hunt ProjectsPlease sign the petition to exonerate those accused of witchcraft in ConnecticutLeo Igwe, AfAWAdvocacy Against Witch Hunts, South AfricaSupport the showJoin us on Discord to share your ideas and feedback. Website Twitter Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok Discord Buzzsprout Mailchimp Support the show
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