Group members were affected by the sight of these columns, reminiscent of those at the Holocaust Museum in Berlin. Important conversations began to take place among the Christian and Jewish group members, black and non-black.
Our visit to the National Memorial, a memorial to the named and unnamed victims of lynching, began in the rain. We toured the grounds and looked at row upon row of rectangular steel blocks inscribed with the names of victims in each county in which a lynching took place. We walked a winding path through […]