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1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, SC 29201
The South Carolina African American history memorial represents African American heritage in regards to the middle passage. It serves as a reminder of the history of African Americans in South Carolina.   
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New York City, New York
The Harriet Tubman Memorial immortalizes the legacy of the Underground Railroad heroine. The statue of Tubman is also referred to as "Swing Low" which pays homage to "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," a black spiritual popularized during this period. 
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the United Nations Visitors Plaza in New York
This memorial was made to depict the global scale of the triangular slave trade, illustrate the extreme conditions under which millions of African people were transported during the Middle Passage and be a place where visitors can honor the memory of the millions of souls who were lost. Rodney Leon was the Architect and designer of the memorial.
Another Times Voice Memorial
Chicago, Illinois
The mural is on Donnelley Youth Center and was originally introduced along with plans for a sculpture garden. The original mural was painted by  Mitchell Caton and Calvin Jones in 1979 and was restored by Bernard Williams in 1993.