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Chanting "Liberté Ou la Mort!" and bearing muskets, pitchforks and cane knives, over 500 black people marched 26 miles through former plantations in Louisiana this weekend to recreate this country's largest but long-overlooked slave uprising. The radical re-imagining by artist Dread Scott sought to focus on emancipation not oppression, to not just memorialize the slaves' history but to honor their agency, humanity and valor. "This is a freedom march," he says. "These people were heroes."

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