Charleston’s new International African American Museum turns site of trauma into site of triumph

February 9, 2024 | CBS News

By 

The power of resilience can be felt throughout the new International African-American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina.

The $120 million project, which opened its doors this summer, is no ordinary tourist attraction. The museum is built on scarred and sacred ground: Gadsden’s Wharf, the arrival point for nearly half of all enslaved Africans shipped to the U.S.

Related Articles

IN HONOR OF THE NATIONAL EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS, FIND AN ADORATION CHAPEL NEAR YOU.
This is default text for notification bar