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Help Us Preserve Our History

$2 Million Restoration and Preservation Project

Help Make Our Vision a Reality! 

The Havre de Grace Colored School Museum and Cultural Center (HCSMCC) recently completed the first phase of a four-phase restoration project. The intent is to restore the historic building to its original charm and create a state-of-the-art museum and cultural center for future generations.

 

The search is on for monetary donations, applicable grants, and in-kind services to help with this restoration and preservation project.

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Help us meet our fundraising goal to restore and preserve the historic Havre de Grace Colored School! More than just brick and mortar, the 112-year-old historic school building symbolizes the lives and legacies of those ancestors who fiercely advocated for better educational opportunities for African-American students. The building tells a story of their determination and perseverance.

 

Once completed, The Havre de Grace Colored School Museum and Cultural Center (HCSMCC) will celebrate the legacy of those that advocated for equitable access to education for African American students in Harford County. The 112-year-old Colored School began as a two-room structure serving primary grade students and later expanded to become the first public school in Harford County that provided high school education to African American students.

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