An interesting premise offers a bit of "context" for petty vandalism . . .
(A) defaced memorial was retrieved and now stands in the Black Archives next to Harrington’s jar of soil. Williams says that it serves as a reminder to persevere and continue to tell the truth about history.
Accordingly . . .
"The Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City is collaborating with the Equal Justice Initiative to collect jars of soil from the site of every lynching in Missouri. The jars are being displayed in the Black Archives as a part of the Community Remembrance Project."
Take a peek via this www.TonysKansasCity.com embed . . .
You decide . . .