International African American Museum President Michael Moore, left, and former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley discuss plans to build the museum on this site where nearly half of all U.S. slaves first stepped foot on American soil.
International African American Museum President Michael Moore, left, and former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley discuss plans to build the museum on this site where nearly half of all U.S. slaves first stepped foot on American soil. Jeffrey Collins AP
International African American Museum President Michael Moore, left, and former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley discuss plans to build the museum on this site where nearly half of all U.S. slaves first stepped foot on American soil. Jeffrey Collins AP

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