Star Tribune (Twin Cities), “Walker Art Center postpones sculpture garden opening after ‘Scaffold’ protests”

“Scaffold” references seven U.S. state-sanctioned gallows executions, including the hanging of 38 Dakota in 1862 in Mankato, the Haymarket gallows hanging of four anarchists in 1886 and the 1936 public hanging of 26-year-old black man Rainey Bethea, among others.

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