He was arrested, along with eight other African American teenagers, on that trip. Alabama Parole and Pardon Board Chairman Norman Ussery required that Norris first turn himself in and reinstate parole before a pardon could be considered. The fight is said to have started when a young white man stepped on the hand of one of the Scottsboro … "Mr. White, if you can't trust your mother, who can you trust?" I'm still locked up in the cell. In 1944 Norris was released on parole. March 10, 1933: Roy Wright told New York … if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version='2.0'; He fell in love easily and would write letters to female pen pals describing his love of dancing, shows, parties, swimming, piano, guitar and tennis. "Please tell all the young mens to try hard and not to go to prison for my sakes." The Scottsboro Boys were nine black defendants in a 1931 rape case initiated in Scottsboro, ... and Roy Wright (age 12) were accused of the rapes of Ruby Bates and Victoria Price on March 25, 1931, on the … When asked why, he replied, "Cause I feel like everybody in Alabama is down on me and is mad with me." He was on his way to see family in Tennessee when he hopped the train. I broke my parole again and I have been free ever since. --Scottsboro boy Roy Wright, age 13, testifying in the first trial "I was sitting in a chair and one of those girls was testifying. acted swiftly in securing the trust and support of the defendants (who nevertheless vacillated) and their parents and legal guardians. But he taught himself to read using a dictionary and a Bible. Whoever was on trial, it was Weems who was sentenced to seventy-five years in prison. Although promised leniency, Norris was returned to prison. Charles (Charlie) was the oldest of the Scottsboro boys. ", His comment on the pardon: "The lesson to black people, to my children, to everybody, is that you should always fight for your rights, even if it cost you your life. In 1931 Eugene Williams was traveling from Chattanooga to Memphis looking for work with his friends Haywood Patterson and Roy and Andy Wright.. At 13, he was one of the youngest of the nine African Americans taken from the train. {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? After the initial Scottsboro trial, Weems was not tried again until July of 1937. Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Sign up for the American Experience newsletter! He had four years of school before he dropped out to work in a grocery store. By July, Olen Montgomery, Willie Roberson, Roy Wright, and Eugene Williams were released. In 1937, Norris was tried and convicted a third time. In January 1937, at the age of 19, he told a visitor, "If I have to spend more than one or two years longer, I just as well spend the rest of my life. The cane he used to walk with was thrown away on orders of the deputy that took him into custody. Prison life was difficult, he was losing hope and, he despaired, "without hope, a man in prison is nothing.". Patterson was convicted, but the decision was again overturned by the Supreme Court of the United States, this time on grounds that the absence of black jury members denied the defendants equal protection under the law, as required by the Fourteenth Amendment. On March 25, 1931, Andy Wright left his native Chattanooga on a Southern Railroad freight train headed for Alabama, accompanied by his younger brother Roy and two friends, Haywood Patterson and Eugene Williams. SIGNIFICANCE: No one knows how many cases like Scottsboro occurred in Southern … Willie Robertson But the remaining five had their sentences confirmed. He dropped out of school in the fifth grade to help his mother work. March 6: Judge E.A. He didn't know any of the other young men and boys with whom he was sentenced to death. -- Letter to his mother after a May Day rally. ... Roy Wright.Two years after … Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Leroy Wright. Williams told Branche that he thought often of girls. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) He did not tell their mother where they were going when they left home that day. He was paroled in November 1943, and was offered a job in a laundry in Atlanta. Willie was raised by his grandmother until her death in 1930. In Albany the next year, Wright was accused of rape for a second time. Eventually the S.D.C. At the initial trial, Roy testified that he … He was tried before Judge A. E. Hawkins with Willie Roberson, Andy Wright, Eugene Williams, and Olen Montgomery. They became known then as the “Scottsboro … Charles Weems was a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The NAACP stepped up a public relations campaign and national newspapers, television networks and elected officials showed their support for Norris' position. Send me three dollars like I told you in my first letter." Leroy "Roy" Wright Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Charles Weems. Didn't mean any harm whatever. His "Lonesome Jailhouse Blues" was published in the Labor Defender and began: "All last night I walked my cell and cried, Cause this old jailhouse done get so lonesome I can't be satisfied.". After several years in jail, he attacked a guard who insulted his lawyer and was shot in the head. He made it through fifth grade and was the only defendant who could write at the time of the nine teenagers' arrest. Don't let Sam Leibowitz have anything else to do with my case." Ozie Powell When asked about Victoria Price upon his release, Andy said: "I'm not mad because the girl lied about me. With the other teenagers arrested on the train, he was convicted in 1931. Finally, in 1973, he called Alabama Governor George Wallace, and told one of the governor's subordinates the reason for his call. fbq('track', 'ViewContent'); Patterson admitted that he was one of the black teenagers who fought with white hoboes, who had tried to force them off the train, but the charge against him was rape. Charles Weems Roy Wright (Photo) Roy Wright, twelve or thirteen when arrested, was the youngest of the Scottsboro Boys. While in prison, Patterson found he regretted skipping out on school. Weems was released in 1943, Wright in 1950, and Norris was pardoned in 1976. While awaiting a new trial, Norris wrote: "I am alone, out to myself. Every time they open their mouths it is [']you black bastard. Within hours, the case was declared a mistrial as jurors were deadlocked on sentencing for Roy Wright… The Scottsboro case is a particularly important in understanding the systematic structure of racism in our country. Scottsboro Boy was published in June 1950. Get the latest on new films and digital content, learn about events in your area, and get your weekly fix of American history. View full contact details, Box Office 703 820 9771 Administration 571 527 1860 A year after leaving home, he was headed toward Memphis on a Southern Railroad train. Willie was born in Columbus, Georgia. Willie Roberson was born on the Fourth of July, 1915, in Columbus, Georgia. He dropped out of school in the fifth grade to support his family by working in a pharmacy after his father became sick. In prison, Roy liked to read and kept his Bible with him at all times. The following year Charlie Weems was paroled. "I just got to say I think I am doing well to keep the mind I got now. ' He survived but suffered permanent brain damage and was never the same. He did well in school but dropped out in the sixth grade after his father died to help support his mother, Ada, and younger siblings. All of these years I had been listening to cast albums, and here I am playing Roy Wright on the original cast album of The Scottsboro Boys alongside Tony-nominated Brandon Victor Dixon and … only telling you how I felt towards you and what's more I could not help it." Defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz immediately picked them up from their jail, drove them out of the state, and put them on a train to New York. After he was in jail he regretted not paying more attention in school. The International Labor Defense, the legal arm of the Communist Party of the United States of America, was formed in 1925 to counter groups like the Ku Klux Klan. During that time, he wrote songs. In 1959, returning home from a tour at sea, Roy found his wife at the home of another man. 'https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js'); On Google Maps The trial of the ninth boy –14-year … The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the … Powell was paroled in 1946 and returned to live in Georgia. Allan Knight Chalmers, the chairman of the S.D.C., persuaded him to return south, in part so that Patterson and Powell's parole hearings might have more favorable results. Williams was convicted in a speedy trial at Scottsboro with the other boys, but the Supreme Court of Alabama struck down his conviction based on his young age. An all-white jury acquitted him after he spent another eight months in jail. Of that incident he wrote, "I am again a victim of almost inconcievable maglinity and though I hartily dislike the role of myrter I have been cast in that role and it seems impossible to escape it.". Instead of the I.L.D. While working in a prison mill, Norris lost a finger. He left school at the age of twelve and worked at a hotel until he hopped the train to Memphis to seek work. Olen was born in Monroe, Georgia in 1913. A former girlfriend accused him of raping her thirteen-year-old foster daughter. Haywood Patterson was born in Elberton, Georgia in 1913. "I done give up," he told her. His mother died in 1915, when he was only four, and six of his seven siblings died soon afterwards. funds ran out and, after a brief stay in Georgia, Montgomery settled in Detroit, Michigan. The Scottsboro Multicultural Foundation established the Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center in 2010. The trial of Roy Wright ends in a mistrial when some jurors hold out for a death sentence even though the prosecution asked for life imprisonment. At the initial trial, Roy testified that he had seen some of the other defendants rape the two girls, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. In 1948 Patterson made a successful prison break. Leibowitz requested that the six years already served be taken into account, but Judge Callahan, noting that the rape charge had been dropped against Powell, gave him the maximum sentence. Roy Wright, age 13. At the age of seven, he was put to work in the fields the family sharecropped, and went to school only minimally. "I'd rather die than spend another day in jail for something I didn't do." I don't believe I'll ever live it down," he lamented. Harten's management style did not translate into good wages for the four, though. Listen, send me some money. This "friend" stabbed him twenty times, puncturing a lung and sending him to the brink of death. In prison, after witnessing men die on death row, Clarence suffered nightmares of dying in the chair. Arlington, Virginia 22206 4200 Campbell Ave. He was headed to Sheffield, Alabama to visit an aunt and to find work. "That thing they had here on May Day what good did it do. That trial ended in a conviction and death sentence, but Judge Horton set aside the conviction. ", After the first trial, Montgomery was jailed for six years without a retrial. (which was paying his way until he could support himself with his music). "My name is Clarence Norris, one of the Scottsboro Boys. The cases again went back to the U.S. Supreme Court. Seven jurors were holding out for the death penalty, although prosecutors, because of his age, had only requested a life … Verdicts: All but Roy Wright: Guilty; Roy Wright: Mistrial Sentences: Death by electrocution, later reduced. A 1937 Life magazine story on the defendants stated that Powell "can barely spell out words. Wright claimed he had merely bought a present for the girl and detectives hired by the NAACP confirmed his story. The youngest of the Scottsboro defendants, Roy Wright was interviewed by the New York Times while he awaited his trial in juvenile court. It had saved me many times.". After school, Wright served in the army, joined the merchant marine, and married. It was under Powell's name that an appeal went before the United States Supreme Court (Powell v. Alabama, 287 U.S. 45 (1932)), which ruled that the defendants did not receive adequate defense counsel. The Scottsboro Boys were nine African American teenagers, ages 13 to 19, accused in Alabama of raping two white women in 1931. He was very nearsighted and blind in one eye from a cataract. The accused were shackled and taken to … His appeal went to the United States Supreme Court, and in Norris v. Alabama, the court decided that the absence of black jurors on the jury rolls of Alabama constituted a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause. Tired of his father’s beatings, he left home at fifteen to find work. That the way it is." "Momma ain't but one thing I want to tell you right now. Andrew Wright The NAACP began proceedings to help determine if he was still a wanted man. Extremely myopic, and with a cataract in one eye, Montgomery could not see well at all. In a fight with his wife, he stabbed her; she didn't press charges, but he was forced to leave Albany for good and he settled in Connecticut. document.documentElement.className += 'js'; He was en route to Memphis, looking for work to buy some new eyeglasses, when he was taken from the train and arrested in 1931, at the age of 17. He heard about a government job hauling logs on boats, and with his younger brother Roy, set off for Memphis, Tennessee. He was in the car in transport to Birmingham Jail, and handcuffed to Ozie Powell when Powell slashed a deputy with a knife and was shot in return. By 1938 Montgomery had bought himself a guitar and a saxophone and was taking music lessons. The other five, now sentenced, were transferred to a prison … Donations 571 527 1828, A Miscarriage of Justice: The True Story of the Scottsboro Boys, Scottsboro to Today: Continuing the Story, Kander and Ebb: The Art of the Razzle-Dazzle. January, 1933 the International Labor Defense retained Samuel S. Leibowitz, a New York lawyer, to defend the nine. -- Letter to the International Labor Defense apologizing for a frustrated outburst, December 1936. Roy Wright … Arlington, Virginia 22206 At Haywood Patterson's third trial at the end of 1933, Ozie Powell's testimony was confused and contradictory. In Atmore Prison, he had to keep perpetually vigilant against physical and sexual assaults. Clarence was born in 1912, the second of eleven children to sharecroppers in Warm Springs, Georgia. Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Clarence Norris. I was arrested in Alabama in 1931 and sentenced to the electric chair three times. He was arrested a few times, for gun possession, for gambling, and for stabbing a girlfriend. While in prison, Weems was tear gassed in his cell for reading International Labor Defense literature, and he asked his correspondents not to mention any labor actions in Birmingham, Alabama. Moreover, he was officially declared "not guilty. He had four years of school before he dropped out to work in a grocery store. His parents separated when he was young and his mother worked for white people in Atlanta. At Haywood Patterson's first trial, Powell testified that he had followed a group of black boys who were going to throw the white boys off the train, but most of their opposition had jumped off the train by the time he got to the right car. The teenagers were taken to Scottsboro, Alabama where all but one, the youngest, Roy Wright, were tried, convicted, and sentenced to death within a matter of weeks and without adequate counsel. His own trial ended in a hung jury, with 11 jurors seeking a death sentence and one voting for life imprisonment. If she's still living, I feel sorry for her because I don't guess she sleeps much at night." After alternating between being a maniacal terror and a model prisoner, Patterson managed to get himself transferred to Kilby Prison, and assigned to the prison farm. Roy Wright… "About three months," was the answer. In a compromise in 1937, four of the defendants, including Montgomery, had the rape charges dropped against them. By independent accounts, Wright was a good-natured prisoner, but he wrote: "A colored convict's very best behavior is not good enough for these officials here. Patterson was tried and convicted again in January of 1936. To avoid the latter, Patterson himself became a sexual predator, and kept a "gal-boy." "Sorry about my last letter -- hope it didn't make you angry. He could not read or write and had difficulty speaking, and was the butt of many courtroom spectators' jokes. He was still in jail without another trial in 1937 when the defendants received two visitors, a Life magazine reporter and Dr. G. C. Branche. His mother died when he was four, and six of his seven siblings did not survive to adulthood. -- after getting 75 years, rather than the requested death sentence, January 24, 1936. Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Andrew Wright. In January 1937 Dr. G. C. Branche examined the Scottsboro defendants and reported that Powell (like Roberson) had an IQ of about 64 and a mental age of nine. The converging forces, circumstances, personalities and events that propelled a group of English men and women west across the Atlantic in 1620. In a fit of jealous rage, he killed her and then returned to his apartment, and his Bible, and shot himself. Soon afterward, the train was stopped and Powell was arrested, along with eight other African American boys he didn't know. January 30: Judge McCoy dismisses the writ in behalf of Roy Wright. In Kilby Prison in Montgomery, Alabama, he was assaulted by both guards and prisoners, and spent time in the prison hospital. In 1959, convinced his wife had been unfaithful, Wright shot her and himself. Andy was 19 at the time, and had had enough schooling that he could read and write a bit. However, his trial ends with a hung jury as 11 jurors want the death sentence and one vote for life in imprisonment. ['] When we think we are doing right we be cursed at and kick around and beat like dogs. I was released on parole twice, once in 1944, and I broke my parole and went back to prison until I got out in 1946. After his parents divorced, he was raised by his mother, Viola, who supported the family on only $1.50 a week. These people make wise cracks talking about somebody in Alabama to defend us, say I would get out better. In 1931, Ruby Bates and Victoria Price falsely accused nine black youths of rape. : "You can get some small six string guitars and sent it rite away please I need it. Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Eugene Williams. "I held a pencil in my hand, but I couldn't tap the power that was in it." In March 1933 he was retried before Judge Jams Horton of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, with Samuel Leibowitz as lead defense attorney. Two years later, in 1946, Norris was paroled again. Within a span of three days, eight of the Scottsboro Boys, all under age 21, had been convicted and sentenced to death, with their execution date set for July 10, 1931. For too long, the Scottsboro case has been a blight on our legal system and it's time to correct that wrong, so my letter this week goes to Alabama's governor. The pair of glasses he had was broken on the day of the arrest and he went for two years without a new pair. Although he made it through to seventh grade in Atlanta, a doctor later measured Roberson's IQ to be about 64, and his mental age at nine. He fell in love, moved to Gadsden, Alabama, and worked in a Goodyear plant. He was quiet and shy, had only one year of school and could only write his name. On March 25, 1931, nine Black teens — Haywood Patterson, Roy Wright, Andy Wright, Charlie Weems, Clarence Norris, Ozzie Powell, Willie Roberson, Olen Montgomery and Eugene Williams, aged 12 to 18 — were arrested. A confusing series of filing deadlines was missed and Patterson lost his right to appeal. On October 25, 1976, Clarence Norris, the last of the nine Scottsboro defendants, was no longer wanted by Alabama authorities. Courtesy: Montgomery Archives, Haywood Patterson. Not any at all. /* fbq('track', 'PageView'); */ Clarence Darrow, the famous criminal defense attorney and avowed anti-cleric, volunteered to take the case for Scopes. He was traveling looking for work when he was arrested. This painful, syphilitic condition was evidence to defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz that Roberson could not have committed this crime. In 1936 he wrote to Anna Damon of the I.L.D. Two marriages quickly began and ended. In November 1943, Wright received parole and was sent to work near Montgomery. Clarence Norris was the son of a former slave. He married and settled down into obscurity, keeping his job and his health, although his eyes would persist in bothering him from the tear gas a decade earlier. "Everywhere I go, it seems like Scottsboro is throwed up in my face. Olen left home to travel to Memphis in search of a job that would allow him to buy a new pair of glasses. 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