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The Scottsboro Boys Museum, Ten Years On


Ten years ago, the Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center opened in Alabama.

The museum remembers the nine black teenagers wrongfully convicted of raping two white women while traveling through Jackson County, Alabama by train in 1931.

Last weekend, the museum marked its tenth anniversary - and is looking ahead.

Sheila Washington founded the museum...


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