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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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As Americans prepare for the unveiling of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Memorial in Washington, D.C., Chevrolet held its second of four “Table of Brotherhood Project” forums, at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tenn.,this past weekend. “When Chevrolet was asked to help bring awareness to the unveiling of the King National Memorial in…

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