An Oct. 22 pilgrimage of 175 people to the historic Douglass Theatre in Macon, Georgia, marked the location where in 1922 a lynch mob discarded the body of lynching victim John “Cockey” Glover. Built by African- American entrepreneur Charles Douglass, the theater was a popular gathering place for the community and Glover’s body was dumped there “to make a statement,” said Theatre Director Gina Ward. The pilgrimage, sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta’s Beloved Community Commission for Dismantling Racism, sought to heal from racism by bearing witness. Photo: Hala Hess White