The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual list of the country’s most endangered historic places typically highlights landmarks threatened by demolition or other harm. But today (May 10), in celebration of the list’s 30th anniversary, the trust instead showcases 11 once-vulnerable locations that preservationists successfully protected from erasure.

The sites featured on the latest list include four places connected to communities of color and racial justice history: 

Read the full list of places here