The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, commemorates the victims of lynching in the United States. The memorial, opened in 2018, features steel blocks dangling like bodies. | In Pictures via Getty Images The long and public reckoning that followed the Holocaust shows a path forward for a United States that desperately […]America has never grappled with its racist past. Could Germany be a model? — Boston!
This long documentary deals with the past and how Germany has coped with its dark days of 75 years ago. Since America has been dealing with racial issues of their own, perhaps they should look at their German counterpart for help in order to put the issues to rest. This article has a lot of history that should be remembered.