Is this the Museum with a monument of Union Workers who fought for Civil Rights? I had heard that a Union Worker, Naoma Bradley’s name is on a such a Monument.
We don’t have a monument with Naoma Bradley’s name, but we do have a plaque that recognizes Hosea Hudson (April 12, 1898 – 1988). Hudson was a labor leader who supported integrating the African American minority in the South. If you want to know more about Hudson, he wrote about his story–“Black Worker in the Deep South; a Personal record.” I hope that answers your question. Thank you for your interest.
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