In Baton Rouge, a historical African American history museum has been vandalized.
A display at the Odell S. Williams Now and Then Museum was spray painted with a racist remark, WBRZ reports.
The display shows the total number of enslaved people and the number freed from slavery.
Someone crossed out the words "Total # enslaved" and replaced it with the words "Not enough."
The museum was founded by Sadie Roberts Joseph, a community activist in Baton Rouge who was killed last year.