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Visit our

Socially Distanced

Cultural Center

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THE FABRIC OF OUR LIVES

OUR LAST TINY PORCH CONCERT
OF THE SEASON!

OCTOBER 23, 2021
6PM-8PM

AMISTAD SUMMER INSTITUTE VISITS THE CENTER

IN 

THE 

COMMUNITY

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"Our involvement was meant to be."     - Todd Sacks, Morgan Stanley

Become a

"Fortune Teller"

Book Club
September/October

Restoring A 

National Landmark

Branford Marsalis

Visits The Center

NJ Historical Commission
Awards Center $5,000 Grant

     T. Thomas Fortune was a stalwart for social justice. Born into slavery in 1856, he became one of the most influential American journalists and newspaper publishers of the 19th and 20th centuries. 

     Fortune christened his home in Red Bank, New Jersey, “Maple Hall,” where he and his family resided between 1901-1915.  Here he entertained the great African American leader Booker T. Washington and other prominent figures of the time.

     “His pen knew but one theme, the divine right of man,” said Kelly Miller, Dean of Arts & Sciences at Howard University, upon Fortune’s passing in 1928.  LEARN MORE

"Progress goes forward ever,

backward never."     

                         - T. Thomas Fortune