Charleston City Portrait- Garden & Gun

Class divisions remain. “One of the interesting things,” says Marvin Dulaney, a historian at the College of Charleston, “is the city has seemed to be in denial about its black history despite its being majority black for much of its history. But it’s beginning to change.” He cites the increasingly diverse college; the historic plantations that have begun to absorb their history as slave plantations; and plans to build the International African American Museum.

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