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.We Exist to tell Our Story! N.A.P.A.C. Museum (Natchez Association for Preservation of Afro-American Culture) offers a look at Natchez and the surrounding area through the eyes of one Natchez's greatest contributors to growth( The African American ) . See the contributions and struggles as they are preserved in artifacts, books and personal stories.

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Doctoral students from the University of Florida presented their findings of a year long research of the Civil Rights Movement of the 60's and the impact it has had through today. The presenter's finding covered… »