Vestiges of racism and oppression, from bricked-over segregated entrances to the forgotten locations of racial violence, still permeate much of America’s built environment. ‘Ghosts of Segregation’, a project by photographer Richard Frishman explores these sites, often hidden in plain sight. It seeks to spark an honest conversation about the legacy of racial injustice in America today. One of his photos (left or see Blog tab) shows a former Tastee-Freez in Meadville, Miss., the place where in 1964, the KKK abducted two young black men. They were tortured and drowned in the Mississippi River.