Fast track for slavery museum planned

There are 2 comments on the Richmond Times-Dispatch story from Feb 18, 2012, titled Fast track for slavery museum planned. In it, Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that:

At a community meeting regarding the United States National Slavery Museum, Joy Bailey, consultant with Lord Cultural Resources, presents a... A slavery museum could be operational in two or three years in Richmond's Shockoe Bottom if supporters get behind the project, organizers said Saturday.

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Since: Feb 10

Midlothian, VA

#1 Feb 19, 2012
Just don't let Dandy Doug Wilder anywhere near it and it might,(yes I said might) be successful.

The public says they will support but when it is time to cough up money, watch the "support" crowd disappear.

Since: Feb 12

Richmond, VA

#2 Feb 19, 2012
Yeah, keep old Doug's hands off the funds or we will all be picking cotton.

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