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The little girl stood on her tiptoes staring at the empty, hollow, cutout eyes of a white KKK hood.
Around it, surrounded in a glass case at the Newseum, placards, documents and photographs detailed the story—in the words and images of journalists—of the Civil Rights Movement in America.
“Mama,” the little girl asked, turning her head away from the display, “do they still kill people just because they’re black?”
Her mother looked down and back up at the historical items on display.
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