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Presentation on T. Thomas Fortune And Efforts To Preserve Landmark Home

Black history advocate and actress Lorraine Stone will discuss efforts to preserve the Red Bank home of T. Thomas Fortune, an influential black publisher, writer and civil rights organizer. Fortune’s home is a National Historic Landmark.

Saving a National Historic Landmark
Saving a National Historic Landmark
The Long Branch Free Public Library and Long Branch Historical Association will present “T. Thomas Fortune”  at 7 PM at the main library at 328 Broadway in Long Branch

Black history advocate and actress Lorraine Stone will discuss efforts to preserve the Red Bank home of T. Thomas Fortune, an influential black publisher, writer and civil rights organizer. Fortune’s home is a National Historic Landmark.
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, call 732-222-3900 

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