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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

From The Washington Post: Lynching's Legacy

Quote: "But for me, James Cameron, who died at 92 on Sunday, nearly 76 years after he survived a lynching attempt in Marion, Ind., symbolized something more. His story to me is a family tale, a family legend. Family shame."

I can understand anger at the memory of a lynching, but shame?  I don't get it. - Barry


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