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What's Going On :  Black History Month at Freedom Center
Date posted: February 1, 2017
Posted by:   National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC)
Photos:   National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC)
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is preparing for new exhibits and programming offered
starting Black History Month. The long awaited debut of student art from across the country for the Second
Annual Picture Freedom Art Contest will go on display February 11, 2017. Faith and Fashion: The Crowns of
African American Women, a pop-up exhibit, will go on display February 21, 2017. Both exhibits are included in
general admission.

The museum will also host three special Black History Month programs;  
Paul Laurence Dunbar: Beyond the
Mask,  Twice the First Time: A Discussion with Napoleon Maddox, and the Delta Gamma Lambda Chapter of
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.'s  
11th Annual African American History Quiz Bowl.

Learn more at freedomcenter.org .

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