The only violent overthrow of a government in US History was the 1898 Race Riot in Wilmington, NC. So why has this History been buried to the point where almost no one has heard of it? I've been part of a group of young filmmakers that has worked tirelessly to put this event on film over the last 4 years. We face constant "warnings" and resistance from revisionist historians, and other self-proclaimed "Heritage Groups" (you can probably guess some of them). Why is this? I'd like to hear everyone's thoughts. Also, feel free to take a look at our efforts so far (called "The Red Cape" on Kickstarter), feedback is warmly appreciated as we try gain support for this important project.