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Tag Archives: Black History Month

Fremont Elementary Teacher Is A Hero To Museum Educator

Fremont Elementary Teacher Is A Hero To Museum Educator

You may be astonished to know the lives you touch and influence. Pepper Capps Hill is an educator at the Cape Fear Museum in Wilmington. At the start of February, she posted one of her weekly educational videos for children aged 3 – 6 sharing a simple message about racism and the importance of treating everyone…read more »

Museum’s 135th USCT Exhibit Opens This Saturday

Museum’s 135th USCT Exhibit Opens This Saturday

The Wayne County Museum opens its newest exhibit this weekend. In honor of Black History Month, the local museum will showcase the history of the little-known Black soldiers of the Civil War, particularly the 135th United States Colored Troop formed right here in Goldsboro. Jennifer Kuykendall, the Executive Director of the Wayne County Museum, appeared…read more »

Black History Month In Goldsboro

Black History Month In Goldsboro

It is Black History Month. Across the nation, citizens are celebrating the many achievements and contributions made by African Americans to our economic, cultural, spiritual and political development. This month, the City of Goldsboro approved its annual Black History Month Proclamation as proudly read by council member Brandi Matthews. The proclamation states: “Africans Americans have…read more »

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