Black History in a Wax Museum Across the country this month, hundreds of museums are highlighting the unique history of African-Americans. In Baltimore, the National Great Blacks in Wax museum is marking Black History Month.
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Black History in a Wax Museum

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Black History in a Wax Museum

Black History in a Wax Museum

Black History in a Wax Museum

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Across the country this month, hundreds of museums are highlighting the unique history of African-Americans. In Baltimore, the National Great Blacks in Wax museum is marking Black History Month.

Guest:

Joanne Walter, museum founder and director