The Romey Lynchings: A Story of Lebanese Immigrants
N’oula Romey was the fourth victim of racial terror that year in Florida, and one of ten people who were lynched by white mobs across the US in 1929 alone. Just hours before, his wife Hasna (Fannie) Rahme was fatally shot by Lake City police in their store.
Akram Khater, Marjorie Stevens
Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies
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