Robert Russa Moton Museum Releases Annual Report

As a result of your help and encouragement the years 2010 and 2011 will long be remembered as the period in time when the Moton Museum set itself apart as a highly valued entity within the community, an entity representing a community’s desire for commemoration and healing.

Prince Edward County children paid a tremendous price in leading America from its segregationist past to its current day embrace of equality of opportunity. Let us assure that the children’s sacrifices were not in vain, and that their contributions will never be forgotten.

Click here to download a full copy of our Annual Report.

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