The mural in Memorial Hall shows scenes of state history, including black workers in a tobacco field, black musicians playing for white dancers, and a Native American with a tomahawk.
The mural in Memorial Hall shows scenes of state history, including black workers in a tobacco field, black musicians playing for white dancers, and a Native American with a tomahawk. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com
The mural in Memorial Hall shows scenes of state history, including black workers in a tobacco field, black musicians playing for white dancers, and a Native American with a tomahawk. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com

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About Paul Prather

Paul Prather

An ordained minister for more than 30 years, Paul Prather is a columnist, author and pastor of Bethesda Church near Mount Sterling. From 1988 to 1997, he was a Herald-Leader staff writer covering primarily religion.