Eastside home could become a Black history museum and studio

Eastside home could become a Black history museum and studio

Eugene and Alma Chavarria have heard the claims greater than as soon as.

Whereas mowing the garden exterior or doing upkeep on his house in Denver Heights, passers-by informed Eugene they remembered when civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. visited the home at 230 Cactus St. and sat on his porch.

Believing these tales to be true, the couple, who’ve owned the home for 27 years, now need to flip the tiny home right into a historical past museum and performing arts studio serving the neighborhood.


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