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My Sacred Place


Justice Hugo Black Park

Named for one of the longest serving members of the Supreme Court, and native of Clay County, the eponymous future Sacred Place is intended to offer a place of quiet reflection while also recognizing and honoring those who struggled and fought for their basic civil and human rights.

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Paul Williams

Firesouls are known for their tenacity, passion and dedication for innovation and improvements in their community. While those things are important to Paul K. Williams, he incorporates history with modernity in order to have the largest positive impact on his community. As President of the Historical Congressional Cemetery, Paul’s Sacred Place is steeped in history...

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