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There is no question that Atlanta is the best city to visit for a real Black history lesson. With Atlanta playing a major role in the history of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and of the Civil Rights Movement, it comes as no surprise that the largest museum of primary resources for both are…

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African American museums are repositories of  black culture. Whether it’s the Civil Rights Movement or the history of Negro League baseball that interests you, you are sure to find a museum that will provide information through archives, genealogy groups, historical societies and exhibits.  The very first African American museum, the Hampton University Museum, opened in 1868…

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