National lynching memorial: A jarring, but understandable error to remember Duluth victim

Virginia Huston and Warren Read stop to read a plaque.
Virginia Huston of Missouri and Warren Read of Washington stop to read a plaque describing the lynching of three men in Duluth in 1920 inside the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala., on April 26, 2018. Huston is a cousin of Elmer Jackson and Read a great-grandchild of one of the lynch mob's organizers.