Don Remick, reflecting on the recent Conference Minister tour of Civil Rights sites in Alabama, writes:
"That image of children (the age of my grandkids) ripped from their families, sold for labor in fields, treated like nonhuman property, lynched for the most callous of reasons, mangled by bombs, set upon by dogs, would be a perpetual theme throughout the time. And it was only one aspect of the history. A history which is also a current event."
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