The Skin I Live In 

A new Science Museum exhibit charts Richmond’s uncomfortable racial past.

In a grainy, black-and-white televised debate from 1960, Richmond News Leader Editor and Massive Resistance leader James J. Kilpatrick coolly lights a cigarette after asking a "negro integration leader" if he will "call off his troops" and stop supporting civil rights…

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