The African American Library at the Gregory School
The African American Library at the Gregory School is located in the historic Freeman’s Town. The library is housed in the Edgar M. Gregory School, which served as the first public school for African Americans in Houston. The Gregory School officially opened November 14, 2009. The first library of its kind in Houston and one of the few African American libraries in the country, the Gregory School serves as a resource to preserve, promote, and celebrate the rich history and culture of African Americans in Houston, the surrounding region, and the African Diaspora.
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