SOURCE: The Guardian
100 years after hundreds of African Americans were reportedly killed in Elaine, Arkansas, a memorial is set to bring details of the tragedy to light.
Historians say violent behavior that gave rise to the phrase "run amok" - and then subsided - can teach us about mass killings today.
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