Don’t ship Emancipation Statue away

Put it in Museum of African American History

WHEN IT WAS unveiled in Park Square in December 1879, the Emancipation Group statue of Abraham Lincoln standing over a kneeling ex-slave was described by The Boston Globe as representing the “most interesting, the most important and the most sublime event… in the history of the world.”  The inscription at the base of the statue read, “a race(...)

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