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College students of color express anger over controversial historical murals

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A portion of a mural at the University of Kentucky that depicts slaves bent over in a tobacco field

Students of color at several educational institutions have objected to historical murals and have called for their removal or destruction. A court case involving a high school ended recently but litigation over murals at a university and a law school is pending. WBGO's Jon Kalish has the story.

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