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The Atlantic’s Inheritance: A Project About American History, Black Life, And The Resilience Of Memory
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The Atlantic’s Inheritance is an ongoing reporting project that endeavors to fill the blank pages of Black history: to piece together, through reporting and data, the crucial events and conversations that have been intentionally left out of America’s story.