ABBEVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Oprah Winfrey visited the grave of the black Alabama woman whose rape by six white men in 1944 drew national attention and whose story was highlighted in Winfrey’s recent Golden Globes speech.

Winfrey said in an Instagram post that on assignment for “60 Minutes,” she ended up in the town of Abbeville where Recy Taylor suffered injustice, endured and recently died.

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Taylor was 24 when she was abducted and raped as she walked home from church in Abbeville. The NAACP assigned Rosa Parks to investigate the case, and she rallied support for justice for Taylor.

File photo of Recy Taylor. (credit: cbsatlanta.com)

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Two all-white, all-male grand juries decline to indict the men who admitted they assaulted her.

Taylor died in December, just before her 98th birthday.

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