When construction crews bulldozed St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood to build I-94, they tore apart the city's largest African-American community. Many of the neighborhood's residents and businesses were forced to move. "The Highwaymen" is a play running this month at the History Theatre in St. Paul that dramatizes that story.
They were joined by Marvin Anderson, a resident of the Rondo neighborhood whose story was one of those that inspired the play.
To hear the full conversation, use the audio player above.
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