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A home for history
February 09, 2013, 05:00 AM By Sally Schilling Daily Journal correspondent

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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