Throughout New York, some places are still named with racial slurs and other offensive language.
Bruce Farrington is the historian for the village of Sodus Point. He stands on a stretch of beach on the South Shore of Lake Ontario, looking over to a piece of land that juts out into the water. It’s called Freedom Hill.
Across the state there are places that bear offensive, or even racist, names -- so how do the people who live near them think about them?