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Eternal Gandhi Museum Houston Receives $475,000 Grant

The first-ever museum in the United States dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi received a boost this week.

Indian American just KP George of Fort Bend County, Tx announced a $475,000 grant to the Eternal Gandhi Museum in Houston.

The museum is scheduled to open in 2023.

With support from the American Rescue Plan, the funds will continue to preserve and promote Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy and ideals.

The Houston, Texas museum is expected to open sometime in 2023, The American Bazaar reports construction workers broke ground on the museum on July 3 this year in the presence of Congressman Al Green and Houston’s local community.

On its website, the Museum says that it will “also highlight various world leaders and their journeys depicting the power of peaceful resistance to settle conflicts nonviolently. By telling the story of Gandhi and the many peace leaders he inspired, EGMH will enrich the lives of all who visit through immersive educational experiences.”

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