The National Memorial for Peace and Justice – located in Montgomery, Alabama, USA. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice was conceived with the hope of creating a sober, meaningful site where people can gather and reflect on America’s history of racial inequality. The six-acre site located in downtown Montgomery uses design and sculpture to recognize and memorialize victims of lynching. Large iron slabs, each representing a county where a lynching occurred, are hung from the ceiling of an open-air pavilion. Each slab identified by the county and state are engraved with the names and dates of victims of a lynching. Some victims have yet to be identified. This is a powerful and moving memorial to truth-telling and reflection about racial terror in America and its legacy.
A print of this photo is a nice compliment to any room in your home or it would make a lovely addition to your office or beach house. You can also choose from other items (totes, phone case, etc.) to give as a unique gift for someone special or just treat yourself!
My photos (most taken with an iPhone) are of images I find interesting whether it be “Fred”, a baby cardinal, a lovely high country plain in autumn, or the dark damp cisterns below Istanbul. Please browse through my collections for a print that speaks to you. Collections are arranged by location and/or subject matter.
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