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End Slave Plantation Weddings

Healing and repair can’t happen while we still disrespect Black people

screenshot of website from Desert Plantation advertising wedding venue, which is to take place on a former slave plantation

It’s been commonplace and even chic for white people in the South to have their weddings on beautiful vast plantations. The scenery. The open air. The historical houses and barns. The charm.

If you Google “weddings on plantations in Mississippi,” you won’t get articles…



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Jeffrey Kass

A Medium Top Writer on Racism, Diversity, Education and Parenting | Speaker and Trainer | Award-Winning Author | Latest Book: Black Batwoman V. White Jesus