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Historic Black school vandalized with racist graffiti

Over the weekend, a historic 19th-century schoolhouse for African-American children was vandalized. The defamation of the building included graffiti images of the Nazi swastika as well as phrases referring to "white power". The Ashburn Colored School building was opened in 1892. The one room schoolhouse offered African-American children in Virginia an education. Over the past two years, students have been working to restore the aging wooden structure and convert it into a museum.
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