'Black Entrepreneurs: Citizenship in the 18th and 19th Centuries'
The Museum of African American History's 1806 African Meeting House is getting a $4 million dollar facelift. This will allow the National Park Service and the museum to welcome visitors to the building where leaders of the abolitionist movement gathered to end slavery. At Sunday's "Black Entrepreneurs: Citizenship in the 18th and 19th Centuries," historic passages will be read by Mrs. Thurgood Marshall, actor Charles Dutton, and local leaders. -- June Wulff, Globe Staff
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