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Can African Americans save the Historic Freeway Golf Course?

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In this episode myself and my co host Tamu P will be discussing the sale of an American classic golf course. The First African American Owned Golf Course in American is located in Silckerville New Jersey this Historic golf course has have great golf players who have inspired all of todays African American Golf Players. Freeway Golf Course was designed by a great man named Horace Dent, back in 1967 when black men and woman still weren't allowed to play at some major golf courses. Golfers like Lee Elder, Calvin Peete, Charlie Sifford, and other great African American men and women have had the opportunity to play this wonderful course. But we will chat with a man named Joe Thomas about what African Americans can do to help save the Historic Freeway Golf Course. Mr. Thomas is a board member at the Historic Freeway Golf Course.   

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