In 1916, 10,000 people watched the lynching of 17-year-old farmhand Jesse Washington. One hundred years later, his namesake travels to Waco, Texas, to find out that most white residents don’t know about the Waco Horror, while most Black residents do. He sits with relatives of Mr. Washington, and then relatives of the woman he confessed to killing. Is there anything that can be done to learn from this, to heal? Warning: There are disturbing photographs of Mr. Washington’s lynching, in addition to graphic descriptions of the event.