Durham Wants Suggestions For Commemorating Part Of City
Posted December 26, 2003
DURHAM, N.C. — Durham officials are paying a consultant $80,000 for suggestions on how to commemorate a section of the city that was home to black-owned financial institutions.
Some options include building a museum or an institute to teach economic diversity.
The plan is part of the city of Durham's push to revitalize downtown and attract tourists.