Hosted by the T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center, 94 Drs James Parker Blvd, Red Bank
A small but powerful library to EDUCATE the public about the impact of
T. Thomas Fortune and others who led the way for civil rights and social justice.
Located upstairs at the T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center, one of only two
NJ National Historic landmarks dedicated to an African American .
Come learn about the unsung heroes of the Civil War, Reconstruction, the beginnings
of the NAACP and so much more
Click and browse through our many categories
Africa Focus--AA State History--Anthologies--Art/Music--Autobiographies/Biographies--
--Childrens--Collections--Education--Fiction--Non-Fiction--Genealogy/Census--Monmouth County/NJ--Native American--Poetry--Slavery/Civil Rights--T. Thomas Fortune--Located in Glass Case: TTF Private Collection
Research Materials on TTF are also Available
Open Saturdays & Sundays 1pm-5pm, 732-383-5483, firstname.lastname@example.org