Ceremony brings together two with family ties to Duluth's 1920 lynchings
DULUTH - It was a moment of symbolism that probably passed unnoticed by many of the people attending Monday's Day of Remembrance for three black men lynched by a Duluth mob 88 years ago.
Warren Read, a descendent of a lynch mob organizer, and Virginia Huston, a cousin of one of the murdered men, held hands during part of the event at the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial.
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