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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Darrell White
"The black community and its presence has been in this community since the beginning, but somehow we continue being relegated to the background or our contributions are not even mentioned," White said. "As our present tourism offerings have begun to show a decline in visitation and revenue, the time has come to place some emphasis in some of the undeveloped areas of our history to capitalize in this area."
White said he believes a similar tour could easily be created and offered through the museum or other city partners.