HISTORY OF RACIAL TERROR: New museum gives visitors a look at the deadly struggle for racial freedom
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a sacred space to reflect on racial terror in America. The memorial honors the enslaved, the incarcerated, and the thousands of African American men, women, and children were lynched by white mobs between 1877 and 1950. Christin Ayers travels there along with former KPIX anchor-turned-sculptor, Dana King.

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