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February 09, 2013, 05:00 AM By Sally Schilling Daily Journal correspondent

Sally Schilling/Daily Journal Carolyn Hoskins stands in the Diana Ross section of her eclectic Black History Museum in Redwood City, open for Black History Month.


Not many people in their early 20s have a museum named after them. But Domini Hoskins, who went to Central Elementary School in Belmont, has an entire black history museum in his name.

It was a mere conversation with his grandmother, Carolyn Hoskins, that led her to create a giant exhibit, which is now a destination for school classes and culturally curious folks all over the Peninsula.

She told the Daily Journal the beginnings of her black history exhibit


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