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Jack Hadley Black History Museum



South Georgia Black History Month Celebration

Jack Hadley Black History Museum 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Teacher Open House

Jack Hadley Black History Museum 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

We are inviting teachers from surrounding areas to come out and learn more about how the Jack Hadley Black History Museum could be incorporated into your classroom no matter the discipline. The museum [...]

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Tons of Black History as well as family history. Worth visiting, you never know what you may find out about your lineage.

S. Belle

This place was loaded with historical information.....a most see. Plan at least an hour. Then, have lunch or dinner at Sweet and Sassy! Make it a day! Awesome! Enjoy!

C. Amankwaa

Very educational for anyone wanting to know things that happened in black history I truly enjoyed the tour very enlightening for our children today.

M. Davis

It was interesting to be able to walk around and see so many pieces of local as well as national history. As an added bonus I got to talk to Mr. Hadley. He has led a very interesting life, and should probably have a book or two written about himself.

D. Perez

What happens when a son asks his father about finding information about Black History? The father provides a Black Museum...so all people that have a question about Black History can find answers. Thank Mr. Hadley.

U. Hammonds Jr.

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