National Memorial to America’s Legacy of Lynching

By Ernest Disney-Britton
In Montgomery, AL, we saw the White House of the Confederacy while driving to our destination, the National Memorial for Peace & Justice, aka the lynching memorial. It wasn't the plan, but I'm glad we went to the first White House for white supremacy before reaching the beautiful and horrific space that honored the African American victims of white supremacy. It was 90 degrees hot. We stayed over for two nights at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel in downtown. After showering that night, we drove to suburbs for the movie "John Wick" and had movie food for dinner. Afterward, we walked around downtown. Gosh, it was hot, and it was like that for the rest of the week.