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Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial
On October 10, 2003 the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial was dedicated to the memory of three young African American men whose lives were cut short when they were lynched in downtown Duluth on June 15th, 1920 for a crime they did not commit. The creation of the Memorial is a testament to the public’s commitment to acknowledge its painful history and move forward to build a more just and inclusive community. The Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial is the only U.S. monument of its scale dedicated to victims of lynching.
Boys and Girls Club
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland started out as the Boys Club of Duluth in 1971. In 1980 we changed our name to the Boys & Girls Club of Duluth when we began serving young women. In 2008 we again changed our name to reflect our expanded service area and are now the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland. We now proudly serve youth in 3 sites in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Duluth, as well as in Superior, Lake Vermilion, and Nett Lake.
The YWCA is dedicated to the elimination of racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Whether we are providing quality daycare, eliminating barriers to healthcare for women, programming empowering activities for youth, supporting young mothers with housing, parenting and life skills, or working with area agencies on eliminating racism, our mission is at the core of everything we do.
PAVSA is committed to these core values when working with victims/survivors of sexual assault, their family and friends:
HRA assists its clients with a wide variety of focused services. From High Rise Living to Rental Rehabilitation Assistance, HRA has a program that fits your needs.
Duluth Schools ISD 709 Cultural Centers
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