The First Museum Dedicated to America’s Historically Black Colleges Is Open in D.C.

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A 638-square storefront on Georgia Ave. in Washington, D.C., now houses the first museum in the world dedicated to HBCUs. Inside it, visitors will find historic photos and memorabilia from different HBCUs and prominent grads, as well as important artifacts from black American culture, like early issues of Ebony and…

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