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Its honorees have made extraordinary contributions to the African American community and revival those of the Harlem Renaissance. Ninety-one bronze plaques on medians, sidewalks, and crosswalks stretch ten blocks. Monument to the Great Northern Migration" at 26th Pl. and “Victory Monument” at 35th St. frame the permanent outdoor exhibit.

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Civil rights activist Ida B Wells, poet Gwendolyn Brooks, and astronaut Robert H Lawrence, Jr, are among more than 100 neighborhood residents celebrated on the Bronzeville Walk of Fame.

Its honorees have made extraordinary contributions to the African American community and revival those of the Harlem Renaissance. Ninety-one bronze plaques on medians, sidewalks, and crosswalks stretch ten blocks. Monument to the Great Northern Migration" at 26th Pl. and “Victory Monument” at 35th St. frame the permanent outdoor exhibit.

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