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Mississippi turning

A new civil rights museum reflects a state grappling with a history of violent racism


A soaring space filled with natural light in the heart of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Tom Beck/Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Mississippi turning
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Tom Beck/Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Tom Beck/Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Tom Beck/Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Tom Beck/Mississippi Civil Rights Museum


Kim Henderson

Kim is a World Journalism Institute graduate and senior correspondent for WORLD. During her career as a homeschool mom, she worked as a freelance writer. Kim resides in Mississippi with her family.

@kimhenderson319

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