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Reader's view: Memorial is a public purification of memory

Published 06/24/2013, Duluth News Tribune

The late Pope John Paul II, in preparing for the new millennium, called for a “purification of memory.” Duluth’s memorial to three African-American men lynched on a sad day in June 1920 functions as a kind of public purification of memory.

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