The Eddie Mae Herron Center & Museum

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is many things: a museum, an education center, a community center, a heritage and culture center. We preserves and displays a portion of nearly 200 years of African American history in Randolph County, AR.

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Miss Eddie Mae Herron

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is named after Miss Eddie Mae Herron, the teacher at this one room school on Archer Street.

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About the Eddie Mae Herron Center

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is many things: a museum, an education center, a community center, a heritage and culture center. The Center preserves and displays a portion of nearly two hundred years of African American history in Randolph County, Arkansas.

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Juneteenth Celebration

June 17th & 18th

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Songs of Freedom

The public is invited to “Songs of Freedom,” a presentation by Robin Brannon in honor of Black History Month on Monday, February 22, at the Eddie Mae Herron Center. Brannon, who lives in Jonesboro, says the program will center around “the faith, hope, and love found... read more

Students to Present Works of Harlem Renaissance

A group of local students will present poetry from the Harlem Renaissance during a program in observance of Black History Month on Thursday evening, February 25, at the Eddie Mae Herron Center. The event, which begins with desserts and coffee at 6:30, is co-sponsored... read more

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