It's an attention grabber, for sure. Enough so that people pull over along the highway and take pictures of the roadside sign.
Negro Mountain is about a seven-hour drive west of Rep. Rosita Youngblood's home office in the Philadelphia district she represents.
That hasn't stopped her from calling for renaming the mountain ridge that runs from Somerset County in southwestern Pennsylvania into Maryland.
But the Philadelphia Democrat has found it has been a steep hill to climb as she fights what she considers the offensive name of piece of land in the heart of GOP territory at the opposite end of the state.
The traditional story behind the naming of Negro...