The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture

This museum pays tribute to the late business mogul, a graduate of Baltimore's Dunbar High School who went on to lead a global corporation. It has engaging displays, including a costume from the Arena Players - the oldest continuously operating African American theater group.

( Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun / January 19, 2014 )

This museum pays tribute to the late business mogul, a graduate of Baltimore's Dunbar High School who went on to lead a global corporation. It has engaging displays, including a costume from the Arena Players - the oldest continuously operating African American theater group.

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