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Amazing places to learn about Black history

Cheapism Logo By Andrew Lisa of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 24: Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and February is Black History Month. Across the country, Americans can visit museums, historical sites, and landmarks dedicated to the sacrifices and contributions of Black Americans, from slavery and abolition to war service and cultural influence. These institutions promote education and activism while honoring the lives and legacies of Black Americans. Many have free admission, and although many are closed temporarily due to the pandemic, when they reopen, visitors can enter almost every site on this list for $15 or less.Related: Black-Owned Stores to Support in (Almost) Every State

Historical Significance

Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and February is Black History Month. Across the country, Americans can visit museums, historical sites, and landmarks dedicated to the sacrifices and contributions of Black Americans, from slavery and abolition to war service and cultural influence. These institutions promote education and activism while honoring the lives and legacies of Black Americans. Many have free admission, and although many are closed temporarily due to the pandemic, when they reopen, visitors can enter almost every site on this list for $15 or less.

Related: Black-Owned Stores to Support in (Almost) Every State

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