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How a Wave of Honest History Museums Is Changing Black Tourism | Slate

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Ashton Lattimore, Slate Evelyn Hockstein/For the Washington Post via Getty Images. Featured Image a walking tour of the New Orleans Garden District, my husband and I exchanged meaningful glances after the fourth or fifth time our guide delicately referred to the slaves who once worked in those elegant old homes as “servants.” To our ears, the reference was absurdly, offensively […]
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The Whitney Plantation Is The Only Confederate Monument We Should Keep | BuzzFeed I went to the Whitney Plantation Museum to see if America is ready to reckon with its past.">The Whitney Plantation Is The Only Confederate Monument We Should Keep | BuzzFeed I went to the Whitney Plantation Museum to see if America is ready to reckon with its past.

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I went to the Whitney Plantation Museum to see if America is ready to reckon with its past.
The Whitney Plantation Is The Only Confederate Monument We Should Keep | BuzzFeed I went to the Whitney Plantation Museum to see if America is ready to reckon with its past." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Reparations Site Asks People to ‘Offset Your Privilege’ with Acts of Kindness | The Guardian The project by a Seattle-based artist lets strangers help a person of color with anything from childcare to taxes, and has attracted both praise and criticism.">Reparations Site Asks People to ‘Offset Your Privilege’ with Acts of Kindness | The Guardian The project by a Seattle-based artist lets strangers help a person of color with anything from childcare to taxes, and has attracted both praise and criticism.

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The project by a Seattle-based artist lets strangers help a person of color with anything from childcare to taxes, and has attracted both praise and criticism.
Reparations Site Asks People to ‘Offset Your Privilege’ with Acts of Kindness | The Guardian The project by a Seattle-based artist lets strangers help a person of color with anything from childcare to taxes, and has attracted both praise and criticism." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More