Halloween Display Removed Amid Lynching Resemblance
A Halloween display at the St. Louis Zoo caused more than a few shrieks for its apparent resemblance to Black people being lynched. The display featured white-sheeted ghosts with Black faces that were supposed to glow in the dark at night.
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