Her ancestors were slaves. His were slave traders. They took a road trip to ‘confront that history’
Sharon Morgan sobbed while clutching the steering wheel of her parked car as Tom DeWolf sat quietly in the passenger seat.
They’d just driven across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Alabama when Morgan was overcome with sadness and anger towards the man beside her.
“What are you thinking right now?” DeWolf asked Morgan.
“I’d really like to kill you,” she said.
To listen to this story, or read the article, go to: Her ancestors were slaves. His were slave traders. By Piya Chattopadhyay for Out in the Open on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.