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Black History Bowl

Georgia History

Built in 1921, by black entrepreneur Charles Douglass, this restored historic theatre has hosted greats like Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Ida Cox, Cab Calloway and Otis Redding. The Douglass Theatre now pays tribute to the African American influence on film a Macon
Georgia’s largest African American museum, located in Macon, contains fourteen galleries and a resource center. Name it. Tubman African American Museum
The founder and principal of the Haines Institute in Augusta for fifty years, she is Georgia’s most famous female African American educator. Jimmy Carter as governor selected her portrait to hang in the Georgia State Capitol. Lucy C. Laney
What is located at 326 Whitney Avenue in Albany Georgia? Albany Civil Rights Institute
The Civil Right Museum in Savannah is named in honor, he was the father of Savannah’s modern day Civil Rights Movement and a leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). In 1942, he reorganized the Savannah Branch NAAC Ralph Mark Gilbert
Once known as the “dean” of Georgia black lawyers, this noted attorney and civil rights leader was one of few African American lawyers in Georgia during early 20th century. In 1964 he was appointed judge of the Atlanta Municipal Court, making him the firs Austin Thomas (A.T.) Walden
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