|Pulling no punches, the artwork on the grounds of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice|
in Montgomery (background), Alabama depicts the harsh realities of slavery.
|Each column at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice bears the name of a U.S. county and the names of racial terror victims who were lynched there. Photo: Jose Vazquez.|
Skimming the names of lynching victims, Winfrey said, “This is over 4,000 that have been documented, but of course, there are more, thousands more. Will we ever even know how many?”
|“There is nothing like it in the country,” offered the New York Times in its April 25, 2018 review. “Which is the point.”|