(Alabama) Horace King Memorial Bridge

Horace King Memorial Bridge and Garden is in located Valley, Alabama.⁣⁣Horace King was born into slavery in Cheraw, South Carolina in 1807. In 1824 Horace King assisted with the construction of Pee Dee River Bridge. Horace King’s enslaver, Edward King died in 1830. John Godwin who also worked on the construction of Pee Dee River … More (Alabama) Horace King Memorial Bridge

Via outline.com “ Say Goodbye to Your Happy Plantation Narrative”

Follow Instagram: @TheMergingLanesProject Photos by Zoe Beery Full Story Via Outline.com Pictured is Cheyney McKnight, an Atlanta native and founder of interpretation company, “Not Your Momma’s History”. Raised in a home that encouraged her to learn everything from Civil Rights to the Great Migration, McKnight would eventually go on to attain a political science degree … More Via outline.com “ Say Goodbye to Your Happy Plantation Narrative”

Proposed New Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge

News (Washington DC) || Street names, buildings and other infrastructure are a means of encouraging Public Memory. In 1950, The Frederick Douglass Bridge, a swing bridge that runs over the Anacostia River was built. Pictured is the proposed new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge. It will be the largest construction project in all of DC’s history, … More Proposed New Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge