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THE LIFE & LEGACY OF MICHAEL LANGE

Celebrating an Oakland Son

When: May 20, 2017

Where: African American Museum and Library, 659-14th Street in Oakland.

20170520 20170520 America/Los_Angeles THE LIFE & LEGACY OF MICHAEL LANGE

The Michael F. Lange Foundation presents "The Life and Legacy of Michael Lange," an inspirational and educational exhibit celebrating the contributions of Oakland son, Michael Lange. The event takes place on Saturday, May 20, starting at 2pm, at the African American Museum and Library, 659-14th Street in Oakland. Mr. Lange was a professor, mentor, counselor, actor, playwright, musician, artist, writer, producer and television host. This interactive museum exhibit highlights his life as well as honors individuals and organizations who work to promote social justice and peace.

For more information, call 510.669.4900

African American Museum and Library, 659-14th Street in Oakland.

The Michael F. Lange Foundation presents “The Life and Legacy of Michael Lange,” an inspirational and educational exhibit celebrating the contributions of Oakland son, Michael Lange. The event takes place on Saturday, May 20, starting at 2pm, at the African American Museum and Library, 659-14th Street in Oakland. Mr. Lange was a professor, mentor, counselor, actor, playwright, musician, artist, writer, producer and television host. This interactive museum exhibit highlights his life as well as honors individuals and organizations who work to promote social justice and peace.

For more information, call 510.669.4900

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