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Yatika Starr Fields painted a mural dedicated to the Indigenous Peoples of the University of Missouri in the Student Center. The mural represents the campus's move towards re-establishing the presence of Native Peoples on campus and honoring their unique histories and connection to the campus's land.     
Plaque recognizing Yorktown as a slave port.
Zoar was founded in 1817 by a group of immigrants from Wurttemburg, Germany, who sought religious freedom. The mandatory military service in Germany prompted many pacifist groups, like the Zoarites, to immigrate to the United States. The separatist group chartered the "Twelve Principles of Separatism," a document that guided the community and laid out the framework for how they would live within the community. According to the "Twelve Principles of Separatism," the Zoarites... Read More