DETROIT (AP) — A coalition of community groups is opposing a planned Thomas Jefferson Monticello plantation exhibit coming to Detroit.

Charlottesville, Virginia – April 20, 2014: Wooden walkway and exterior of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello home.

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The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is expected to feature “Paradox of Liberty” in 2019.

The museum said in a statement that the exhibit will tell the story of Sally Hemings and other slaves on the Virginia plantation from their perspectives.

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Jefferson was the third U.S. president. Most historians believe he had an intimate relationship Hemings and fathered some of her children.

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Coalition for Black Legacy at the Charles H. Wright Museum member Gloria House said the exhibit is “totally inappropriate” and that “it seems highly insensitive” … to “propose an exhibition that somehow tries to recast the history of the Jefferson plantation.”

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