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Amanda Highben

On a trip led by Duke University Lutherans pastor Amanda Highben (back row, second from left), Duke students and young adults from St. Joseph AME Church in Durham, N.C., visit the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala. George Sallie (third from right), who marched across the bridge with other civil rights movement demonstrators in 1965, guided the group. Photos: Amanda Highben

It’s often called the National Lynching Memorial. Located at the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Ala., the National Memorial for Peace and Justice consists of 805 hanging steel rectangles that represent each U.S. county where a lynching has taken place. One day in May, after two years of study and deep discussion about the role of […]

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