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Black History Museum Fights for Permanent Home

Currently the Doleman Black Heritage Museum is operating out of the Doleman residence on Locust Street, but advocates of the exhibit are pushing for a bill that would provide funding for a permanent location.
WHAG NEWS - A 70-year-old black history museum in Hagerstown is fighting to find a permanent home. 

Currently the Doleman Black Heritage Museum is operating out of the Doleman residence on Locust Street, but advocates of the exhibit are pushing for a bill that would provide funding for a permanent location. 

"What we're requesting is 128,000 a year for three years of operational for the museum," said President Reggie Turner, Doleman Black Heritage Museum. 

The Senate hearing to approve the bill is scheduled for Tuesday, 
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