This category lists museums of African American ethnicity.
Information about the African American labor history museum located in Chicago, with traveling exhibit schedule and gift shop.
General and visitor information, news, events, and programs. Located in Newtonville.
Offer exhibits on the history of African and African Americans in the United States, with emphasis on Iowa. Includes a virtual tour, details of exhibits, events, memberships, admission rates, volunteer opportunities, hours.
Devoted to the preservation and display of artistic, cultural and historical materials, including an folk art collection. Includes exhibit details, events, a staff directory, memberships, an admission policy, hours, and directions. Located in Dallas, Texas, United States.
Includes oral histories, photographs, musical and print manuscripts, audio and video recordings, and educational broadcast programs, at Indiana University in Bloomington.
General and visitor information, news, events, and exhibits. Located in Indianola, Mississippi.
A collection of multi-media presentations, rare artifacts, African Art, original sculptures, paintings, musical recordings and local Black newspapers. Includes admission fees, hours and directions. Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Located in Alabama as a center for education and discussion about civil and human rights issues.
Historical information, upcoming events, music, heroes, and stories located at Dartmouth.
Comprised of 15 pre-Civil War structures in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood. Information on activities, downloadable PDF maps and directions to the area are provided.
Preserves, promotes and perpetuates the history, tradition and contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers toward the development and defense of the United States of America. Provides history and photo gallery. Located in Houston, Texas.
Treasures of African American art, history and culture. Located in Los Angeles.
America's foremost museum of African American history. Founded in 1957 by Dr. Margaret T. and Charles G. Burroughs on the south side of Chicago.
Gallery and online exhibits, programs, schedule, events calendar, theater, and museum history. Located in Austin, Texas.
Features 4,000-piece collection of racist artifacts. Visitation is offered only as part of a university-approved academic course, workshop, or seminar. Located in Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan.
Nonprofit caretaker of the Peter Mott House in Lawnside, New Jersey, an African-American history museum that was a station along the Underground Railroad. Describes board of directors, membership, events, and details about visiting.
Promotes the legacy of the educator Ms. Lucy Craft Laney through art and history. Includes details of exhibits, calendar, special programs, hours of operation, admission fees and directions. Located in Augusta, Georgia.
Museum dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans. Located in Boston and Nantucket.
Virtual tour, overview and contact information. Located in Fort Worth, Texas.
Offers interactive educational programs to promote an understanding of slavery and the resistance movements, includes movies, donation details, a virtual tour, and upcoming events. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Traveling exhibits focus on the accomplishments from many Black professionals. Includes a history of the organization, details of programs and contacts. Located in Northfield, Ohio, United States.
Dedicated to sharing the courageous journeys toward freedom and self-determination made by African American Marylanders. Information about the facility, directors, staff, Reginald F Lewis and a photo gallery.
Exhibits, tour, and general information. Located in Donaldsonville, Louisiana.
Exhibits artifacts that were made and used by enslaved Africans from 1750 to the mid 1800's. Includes photo tour, calendar of events, hours, admission fees, and directions. Located in Walterboro, South Carolina.
Features a rich collection of African American artifacts, including textiles, tools, and art. Located in Savannah, GA.
Dedicated to collecting, conserving and sharing the heritage of African American firefighters. Information on education programs, organizations, museum history, and links to resources. Located in Los Angeles.
Displays about the political, religious, family life, Civil Rights movement, arts and entertainment, sports, medicine, architecture, law and technology of African Americans.
Founded for the preservation and dissemination of information regarding the contributions of individuals of African descent.
Located in DeLand, Florida, houses a revolving gallery where visitors will find works of both established and emerging artists.
Museum and center for African American history and culture. Located in Washington, DC.
Located in Detroit, Michigan and features exhibit galleries, a theater, classrooms, a research library, multi-purpose rooms and a museum store.
General information, directions, and gallery. Located in Wichita.
Offers an overview of the civil rights movement in exhibit form. Located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Located in Macon, Georgia, was founded in 1981 and named in honor of Harriet Tubman, but is dedicated to educating people about all aspect of African American art, history and culture.
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