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The unexpected places where Americans are learning Black history

A culture war over Black history has limited what some students are able to learn in the classroom. Black people across America have found new ways to the teach their own history, from home-schooling pods to the metaverse.

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    A former plantation now invites visitors to confront a painful past. Our reporter spent the night on it.

    A former plantation now invites visitors to confront a painful past. Our reporter spent the night on it.

    The Magnolia Plantation in Charleston, S.C., once enslaved Africans. It is now a place to learn and reflect on this dark history.

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