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The 54th Massachusetts Infantry, the most famous African-American regiment, leaves Boston for combat in the South on May 28, 1863.
In the years since "Glory," there hasn’t been a single movie of record about the American slave trade. Why "Django Unchained" doesn't change that.
The first Black infantry unit organized during the Civil War, the 54th Massachusetts Regiment of the Union Army, is formed.
Following a $9 million restoration, the African Meeting House, the nation's oldest Black church building, is set to reopen to the public early next month.