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Wilder: Slave Museum Still Alive 

Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder issues statement that the National Slave Museum is moving forward.

Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder issued a statement yesterday recommitting to the U.S. National Slavery Museum in Fredericksburg, which has been dormant for nearly a year.

Following recent calls from museum donors who want their artifacts back (for more on that story click here),Wilder says the museum is still moving forward. To read his statement, posted on his blog, Wilder Visions, click here.

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