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Frederick Douglass' house became a dedicated national museum on Aug. 12, 1922.
Notable national historic landmarks honoring African-Americans.
The clash between tourists and congregants plays out every Sunday at many churches in Harlem, New York.
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.
The legendary boxing-promoter reflects on racism and hardships over his life of almost 80 years.