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Lynching Memorial In Alabama Remembers The Victims Of Unacknowledged Terror

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice sits on six acres facing the Alabama state capital. Eight hundred steel blocks hang from the ceiling, bearing the names of 4,400 victims of one of the least-recognized racist atrocities in American history.  Read more.

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