Samuel Battle, left, with Lino Rivera, center, a

Samuel Battle, left, with Lino Rivera, center, a youth whom Harlem residents believed to have been killed by police, sparking race riots in 1935. From Arthur Browne's new book, "One Righteous Man: Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York" (Beacon Press, July 2015). (Credit: New York Daily News / Bill Meurer)

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