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True Black History Museum stops at Northeast

True Black History Museum stops at Northeast

NORFOLK, Neb. - A traveling museum that teaches Black history using rare and authentic artifacts made a stop recently at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.

Northeast international students Donnell Pedrosa (Philippines), (left) Lucky Zuze (Malawi), and Emmanuel Msoma (Malawi) were among students, employees and members of the public to visit the True Black History Museum exhibit in the college’s Union 73. The Collection takes participants on a journey with the artifacts through the African American experience. Artifacts range from many great civilizations in Africa, through the Mid Atlantic slave trade, slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction, Jim Crow, the Civil Rights / Black Power movement, through modern day. It celebrates and highlights contributions of African Americans in the arts, sciences, sports, entertainment, education, and politics.