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“Of the more than ninety-five thousand entries on the National Register of Historic Places—the list of sites deemed worthy of preservation by the federal government—only two per cent focus on the experiences of black Americans.”

From “Rescue Work: The fight to preserve African-American history”
by Casey Cep in The New Yorker, February 3, 2020

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