Richmond Wrangling Over Future of Historic Slave Site

Lumkin Jail Historical SiteOn a warm spring night, more than 150 people gathered in Shockoe Bottom, a name taken from the Native American word for a site in Richmond.  This part of town, bounded by I-95 and bisected by railroad lines, was central to a city that prospered from the slave trade. Sandy Hausman reports. (May 6,2014)

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