The university will host the Black History 101 Mobile Museum from March 12-16.  The mobile museum has been a popular attraction all over the mainland and includes a special guest speaker Professor Grif from soon to be Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame rap group Public Enemy. Considered to be the number one hip-hop museum of original black/African American artifacts, it will offer elements ranging from Jim Crow era books, to civil right letters, to Dr. Martin Luther King eulogy programs and modern day materials. The event is sponsored by CSPB, CSGA, OSAL and BCU.

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