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  1. International African American Museum

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    The architectural form centers the untold stories of enslaved African Americans—serving as a historical touchstone for generations to come.

    After more than 20 years of planning, The IAAM is sited at Gadsden’s Wharf overlooking Charleston Harbor, the point of disembarkation for nearly half the Africans enslaved and shipped to the United States during the trans-Atlantic slave trade.