Missouri woman builds slave cabin to bring community togetherBreaking News
SEDALIA, Missouri -- An old cliché runs through the center of this town. The railroad track still separates the mostly black part of Sedalia from the mostly white. And it is on the black side, that a white woman built a slave cabin, complete with cotton crop.
It has not gone over well.
“That’s like building a concentration camp in an all Jewish neighborhood,” one man said.
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