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04 February Sunday

Harlem Hellfighters Television Segment

04 February 2024, 20:00 - 04 February 2024, 21:00
Hattiesburg, MS United States

Hattiesburg African American Military History Museum featured on History Channel 

The History Channel recently filmed a segment at the African American Military History Museum in Hattiesburg Mississippi featuring the Harlem Hellfighters for “Save Our History”, a long-running corporate social responsibility initiative of the History Channel that shines a light on historic preservation. The film crew captures students trying out interactive portions of the museum’s exhibits and a student reads about the 561st Tank Batalion. The segment will air on the History Channel’s social media platforms: Facebook –, Instagram – @history, TikTok – @history and Twitter/X – @history

Date: February 4
Time: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event CategoryBlack History Month
Venue Name:
Address: Hattiesburg, MS United States