For the second straight day, I was in Opelousas, back at the Rural African-American Museum, and I am pleased to say that for Wilken Jones the curator, we brought some good news.
It was Wednesday that our story aired about the financial constraints— $11,000 owed for rent and utilities—of the Rural African American Museum. In fact, these were Mr. Jones’ own words only 24 hours before, as he paraphrased the words written in a bill collection notice.
“We have been notified ‘…if you don’t come up with X amount of dollars, you will be removed’.”
In other words, evicted. Ms….