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Who is the G.C. and Frances Hawley Museum?

The G.C. and Frances Hawley Museum is an online clearinghouse for the often hidden history and culture of Black people in and from North Carolina.  We also host reference materials on Black people in the United States and internationally.

We have provided a place, through this Museum, where you can find information from many sources such as: web-based content; open education resources (OER); print, video, and digital media; academic journals and books; documentary films; original materials including oral interviews and more importantly, what our readers share with us.

Your feedback is important to us and helps us provide as much information as possible about the rich history, heritage, and culture of Black people – especially in North Carolina.

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