||The Museum of African American History saluted Glendora Putnam in 2012 as a Living Legend, the Museum's highest honor. Glendora was recognized as an extraordinary trailblazer whose remarkable accomplishments uphold the legacy of 18th and 19th century black patriots and their colleagues who distinguished themselves on behalf of freedom and justice. Click link for more on her legacy or to donate in her honor.
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The Museum of African American History highlights the powerful story of community leaders, activists, and ordinary citizens who helped to shape this nation’s history from the Colonial Period through the 19th century. Showcasing the contributions of African Americans individually and collectively, the Museum presents stories that have been largely overlooked in American history.
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