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Back in April, Charleston city council approved new short-term rental rules designed to cut down on the number of illegal rentals in the city. [Read More]
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And back in the United States, Charleston, South Carolina, has apologized for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. About 40 percent of enslaved Africans... [Read More]
The city council in what was once a key seaport for slave trade adopted a resolution Tuesday apologizing for slavery.... [Read More]
The Charleston City Council voted to denounce slavery, promise tolerance in the future and propose an office of racial reconciliation... [Read More]
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It wasn't easy and it was far from unanimous, but it is official. Charleston has formally apologized for its role in slavery. Tuesday night the... [Read More]
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In Charleston, South Carolina, once a key slave trading port, the city council has voted to apologize for slavery. By voice vote, the Charleston City... [Read More]
A South Carolina city, once a crucial slave trading port, approved a symbolic resolution on Tuesday denouncing slavery, with the promise of change. [Read More]
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In Charleston, South Carolina, once a key slave trading port, the city council has voted to apologize for slavery. [Read More]
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Charleston City Council will consider a resolution where the City of Charleston would have to denounce and apologize for its role in fostering slavery. The... [Read More]
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Charleston City Council has approved a resolution to denounce and apologize for its role in slavery. [Read More]
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Charleston City Council has approved a resolution to denounce and apologize for its role in slavery. [Read More]
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Charleston city council will hold a vote on apologizing for its role in slavery. [Read More]
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Charleston City Council on Monday approved an agreement with a North Carolina artist to create and install a kinetic sculpture outside the Civic Center. [Read More]
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On Tuesday, Charleston City Council will consider formally apologizing for the city's role in the slave trade and for supporting slavery. Some dispute that it's... [Read More]
The South Carolina city that served as a port for slaves will consider an apology for its role in the buying and selling of people.... [Read More]
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