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Sold on the Courthouse Steps | International African American Museum (IAAM) An auction block at a commercial slave market is probably the most common visual that comes to mind when you think of people being separated from families during enslavement.">Sold on the Courthouse Steps | International African American Museum (IAAM) An auction block at a commercial slave market is probably the most common visual that comes to mind when you think of people being separated from families during enslavement.

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An auction block at a commercial slave market is probably the most common visual that comes to mind when you think of people being separated from families during enslavement.
Sold on the Courthouse Steps | International African American Museum (IAAM) An auction block at a commercial slave market is probably the most common visual that comes to mind when you think of people being separated from families during enslavement." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Int’l African-American Museum’s New Genealogy Research Center Will Help Black People Trace Their Roots | Atlanta Black Star Sticking to its mission of encouraging visitors to trace their family history, the International African-American Museum in Charleston, S.C., announced the launch of a new genealogical research center on Tuesday, July 18.">Int’l African-American Museum’s New Genealogy Research Center Will Help Black People Trace Their Roots | Atlanta Black Star Sticking to its mission of encouraging visitors to trace their family history, the International African-American Museum in Charleston, S.C., announced the launch of a new genealogical research center on Tuesday, July 18.

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Sticking to its mission of encouraging visitors to trace their family history, the International African-American Museum in Charleston, S.C., announced the launch of a new genealogical research center on Tuesday, July 18.
Int’l African-American Museum’s New Genealogy Research Center Will Help Black People Trace Their Roots | Atlanta Black Star Sticking to its mission of encouraging visitors to trace their family history, the International African-American Museum in Charleston, S.C., announced the launch of a new genealogical research center on Tuesday, July 18." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More