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Posted on 11/17/2011


Photo taken on September 27, 2011


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I could not resist so I took this forbidden picture with my camera. (Quick trip down history lane in South Carolina and Georgia)

I could not resist so I took this forbidden picture with my camera. (Quick trip down history lane in South Carolina and Georgia)
Actual cross that was burned by the Ku Klux Klan, anonymously donated to the Civil Rights Museum in Savannah, Georgia.


OK OK somebody make me understand why at the Civil Rights Museum in Savannah, Georgia, First African Baptist Church of Savannah, Georgia and the
National Civil Rights Museum, in Memphis, Tennessee and The Old Slave Mart Museum in Charleston, South Carolina, why taking pictures is forbidden. You call yourselves preserving history but then you don't want to share it. Why? Far fewer people will see it in person vs those that see it and read about on the net. Is there something to be ashamed of or what?
This is part of American History, SHARE IT.

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