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February 25, 2013

Black History 101 Mobile Museum

Antoine Darden of Randallstown and James Coppedge of Forestville, both students at Frostburg State University, check out artifacts at the Black History 101 Mobile Museum in FSU’s Manicure Hall on Monday afternoon. The museum was created in the spirit of Black History Month by Khalid el-Hakim of Detroit, who has amassed more than 5,000 pieces of memorabilia over the last 21 years. The museum has operated for more than eight years.  For more information, visit www.blackhistory101mobilemuseum.com.

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