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The Washington Post:Opinion What a new Black history museum says about Charleston — and the nation

When you wander among the picturesque historic houses of Charleston, S.C., it can be easy to forget that this port city built its prosperity on decades of horror. Charleston is “where nearly half of the captive Africans dragged to this continent were first sold,” writes Edward Ball, a historian and the author of “Slaves in the Family.”

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