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The Black History Gallery kicked off Black History Month by opening its doors to those who wanted a lesson about the past.
The first in a month-long series of open houses at the gallery was Saturday. Members of Delta Sigma Theta sorority opened the doors and invited the public in to see what the gallery has to offer.
Brenda Tucker, who’s caring for the museum after the death of co-founder Charles Connor, said it was good to be able to carry on his legacy. He would be happy “to know there’s some activity, some life in the museum today,” she said.
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