Attucks museum honors coach who won, changed attitudes

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The auxiliary gymnasium Ray Crowe’s groundbreaking success helped ensure and, ultimately, build at the southwest corner of Crispus Attucks High School is gone.

In its place is a museum with four galleries, more than 70 exhibits and an unlimited supply of stories to tell.

The Crispus Attucks Museum focuses not only on the school’s 40 years (1927-67) as an all-black place of learning and an alumni base extending well past impressive but also on the African and African-American experience.

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