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$75 Million Black History Museum Planned in South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina officials updated their plans for an International African-American Museum, which will tell the story of African-Americans from the time they were brought to this country as slaves. The 42,000-square foot museum is scheduled to open in 2018 and will cost $75 million to complete. (Photo: Bruce Smith/AP Photo)

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