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Archaeologists work to uncover graves at the former site of the Zion cemetery found underneath the Robles Park Village housing complex in Tampa, Fla. Another unmarked African-American cemetery with hundreds of graves has been found at the site of a downtown office building in Clearwater, Fla. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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'Thank God you found me': Florida officials unearth a fourth forgotten Black cemetery

At least four abandoned African American cemeteries have been rediscovered in Florida. The finds are forcing communities to look at their history and racist policies that targeted Black neighborhoods.

Archaeologists work to uncover graves at the former site of the Zion cemetery found underneath the Robles Park Village housing complex in Tampa, Fla. Another unmarked African-American cemetery with hundreds of graves has been found at the site of a downtown office building in Clearwater, Fla. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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'Thank God you found me': Florida officials unearth a fourth forgotten Black cemetery

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