COLUMBIA — The James T. Scott story, Columbia's symbol of racial division since his lynching by a mob in 1923, takes on new meaning Saturday during a celebration of his life that organizers hope will help heal the scars of 88 years ago.
Columbia 1923 lynching victim James T. Scott to receive headstone Saturday
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