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An artist wants to honor a Black man killed in the 1930s in the Adirondacks

Artist Keith Morris Washington takes photos of the general location in the central Adirondacks where a Black man was killed by a group of white men in March 1932. (Courtesy of Emily Russell/NCPR)
Artist Keith Morris Washington takes photos of the general location in the central Adirondacks where a Black man was killed by a group of white men in March 1932. (Courtesy of Emily Russell/NCPR)

Massachusetts artist Keith Morris Washington is painting a landscape of the area where a Black man was brutally murdered by three white men in 1932.

Emily Russell of North Country Public Radio reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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