The Scottsboro Boys: A Miscarriage of Justice in the US
In 1931, nine black teenagers were convicted of raping two white girls in the southern US state of Alabama.
Eight were sentenced to death by an all-white jury; but after years of campaigning, all eventually went free.
We hear from the daughter of Clarence Norris, one of the accused.
Picture: Police escort two recently freed "Scottsboro Boys" New York, 1937, Credit: Associated Press