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The HSEO Black History Exhibit Tours East Orange

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EAST ORANGE, NJ - The Historical Society of East Orange (HSEO) began their city-wide tour and Black History Month exhibit today inside the Rotunda at City Hall. East Orange Mayor Ted Green introduced those members of the organization in attendance; including HSEO President Mrs. Goldie Burbage.

This roving exhibit will stay set up at East Orange City Hall Rotunda (44 City Hall Plaza) from Feb 5th to Feb 9th. 

The next dates and locations for the exhibit are as follows:

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Calvary Baptist Church - The evening of Friday Feb 9 to Sunday Feb 11

Clark School (Not for public due to privacy concerns for students)

Mon Feb 12 to Fri Feb 16

Faith Temple OFW Baptist Church at the corner of Main and Halsted

Sunday Feb 18th

East Orange Public Library 

Friday Feb 23 at 11 AM to Wed Feb 28 at 12 Noon

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