Slave Painting In Oprahs House
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Thomas Satterwhite Noble 's 1867 painting, The Modern Medea was based on Garner's story. Margaret Garner (called "Peggy") was an enslaved African-American woman in pre- Civil War America who was notorious - or celebrated - for killing her own daughter rather than allowing the child to be returned to slavery.
The 'Oprah Show' has hosted any number of highly emotional apologies over its 25-year history. Few of them, however, carry the same historic weight as the time the grandchildren of slaves received
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"I cannot come in the door or I cannot leave without passing that painting. I am reminded of where I come from every day of my life." Oprah describes the 6-foot-tall painting, depicting a slave family, in the center of her house that she says sets the foundation for her life.