An argument with his daughter over a painting of George Washington kneeling in prayer led African-American W.F. Twyman Jr. to a discussion of the legacy of slavery.
An argument with his daughter over a painting of George Washington kneeling in prayer led African-American W.F. Twyman Jr. to a discussion of the legacy of slavery. File photo
An argument with his daughter over a painting of George Washington kneeling in prayer led African-American W.F. Twyman Jr. to a discussion of the legacy of slavery. File photo

Slavery: Let it go

November 03, 2017 08:30 PM