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NPR Here & Now: Inside Charleston’s new African American Museum

Historian Julian Zelizer talks about how President Biden will need to reconcile his support for labor unions with his focus on fighting climate change.

And, renewed interest and support for nuclear power in the U.S. is propelling numerous proposals for plants in the West. Caitlin Tan of the Mountain West News Bureau takes us to one small town in Wyoming to hear how locals are preparing.

Then, the International African American Museum opened last month in Charleston, South Carolina on Gadsden’s Wharf. The port is the location where a vast number of enslaved people were brought to the United States and sold into bondage. Museum president Tonya Matthews tells us more.

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