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Virginia slavery museum delays bankruptcy court date

The U.S. National Slavery Museum in Fredericksburg, VA is hoping to delay its federal bankruptcy court date. It will make its request in a hearing later today in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

The non-profit organization responsible for erecting the museum has been facing financial crises almost its entire life. Its debts total more than $7 million. The hearing for its reorganization plan is scheduled for June 6, but the museum’s attorney is hoping to push it back to June 27, citing professional reasons.

The slavery museum is the brainchild of former Virginia governor L. Douglas Wilder. He still hopes it will one day become a reality.

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