Black/African American Museums

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  1. A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
    Information, African American, labor history museum, Chicago, gift shop.
  2. Acacia Collection Gallery and Museum
    Rich collection, African American, artifacts, textiles, tools, art. Savannah GA.
  3. African-American Mosaic Exhibition
    Exhibit, publication ,Library of Congress, Black history, culture.
  4. African American Museum in Phillidelphia
    Exhibits, events, educational programs, membership, general information.
  5. African American Museum
    Cleveland Ohio, preservation, dissemination, information, African descent.
  6. African-American Monuments, Museums & Memorials
    Addresses, phone numbers and links to African-American Monuments, Museums & Memorials.
  7. African American Museum of the Arts
    DeLand Florida, revolving gallery, established, emerging artists.
  8. Anacostia Museum
    Museum, African American, history, culture.
  9. Arna Bontemps African American Museum and Cultural Arts Center
    Arna Wendell Bontemps, Black poet, author, anthologist, librarian.
  10. Art Museum of Southeast Texas
    Art Museum of Southeast Texas located in Beaumont, Texas.
  11. Association of African American Museums
    Established to support African and African American focus museums nationally and internationally, as well as the professionals who protect, preserve and interpret African and African American art, history and culture.
  12. Augusta Museum of History
    Augusta Museum of History is dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting history in relation to the past of Augusta and its environs for the education and enrichment of present and future generations.
  13. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
    Alabama, education, civil, human rights.
  14. Black American West Museum
    The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and disseminating the contributions of Blacks in the Old West. Denver, CO.
  15. Black American West Museum and Heritage Center
    Historical artifacts, documents, memorabilia, settle and develop, American West.
  16. Black Holocaust Museum
    The Black Holocaust Musuem helps us to apprerciate the many injustices African Americans suffered.
  17. Boston African American National Historic Site
    15 pre-Civil War structures, Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, downloadable PDF maps
  18. Buffalo Soldiers
    Listing, Leroy Campbell, member sites, African American Museums.
  19. Calaboose African-American Museum
    San Marcos museum, African Americans, law, medicine, science, exploration.
  20. CAAM
    California African American Museum. We will find more open doors for CAAM to enter so that we can share the art, history and culture of African Americans as well as our perspective on the issues we all face on a planet that we all must share.
  21. Central Pennsylvania African American Museum
    Artifacts, arts, papers, books, photographs, describe history, culture, African Americans.
  22. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
    Founded in 1965, The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History exists to serve Metropolitan Detroit and national communities by providing exceptional exhibitions and programs.
  23. Chattanooga African American Museum
    Collection, multi-media presentations, rare artifacts, African Art, original scultures, paintings, musical recordings, Black newspapers.
  24. Children’s Museum of Manhattan
    Children’s Museum of Manhattan, New York City. A Museum for Children and Families. Listings of exhibits, events, classes, programs, performers.
  25. Civil Rights Museum
    The Museum exists to assist the public in understanding the lessons of the Civil Rights Movement and its impact and influence on the human rights movement worldwide.
  26. DuSable Museum of African American History
    Museum, African American history, Founded in 1957, Dr. Margaret T. and Charles G. Burroughs, Chicago.
  27. Enslaved Africans – Rain Garden
    A public art project which commemorates the lives of enslaved Africans who lived at the Philipse Manor Hall in Yonkers, New York – six of whom were the first to be manumitted by law in the United States in 1787, seventy six years before the Emancipation Proclamation.
  28. George Washington Carver National Monument
    George Washington Carver National Monument is administrated by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.
  29. Harrison Museum
    African American Culture’s mission is, to research, preserve and interpret the achievements of African Americans.
  30. History Museum of Slavery in the Atlantic
    The Museum of African slavery is designed as a site for remembering the experiences of enslaved Africans in modern times.
  31. Idaho Black History Museum
    History ,culture, African Americans, exhibits, educational, community calendar.
  32. Jim Crow Virtual Museum
    Our mission is to promote racial tolerance by helping people understand the historical and contemporary expressions of intolerance.
  33. Louisiana State Museum
    Louisiana State Museum website; Online exhibits and digital library collections focusing on the unique history and culture of Louisiana.
  34. LSU Museum of Art
    The LSU Museum of Art (LSU MOA), located in the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge, La. The museum’s significant collection of American and British portraiture, furniture, and decorative arts has grown.
  35. Museum of Afro American History
    The Museum of Afro American History, Boston, is a not-for-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans.
  36. National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center
    Dayton Ohio, museum’s permanent exhibition titled, From Victory To Freedom: Afro-American Life in the 1950s.
  37. National Civil Rights Museum
    Where history is always happening.
  38. National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
    National Great Blacks In Wax Museum America’s national Black Educational Museum located in Baltimore Maryland close to Washington, DC.
  39. National Museum Of African Art
    Leading center for the visual arts of Africa, fosters and sustains, through exhibitions, collections, research, and public programs an interest in and an understanding of diverse cultures.
  40. National Underground Railroad Museum
    Maysville Kentucky, local effort, preserve, display artifacts, Underground Railroad.
  41. Pan African Historical Museum U.S.A.
    Springfield, MA, authentic art, artifacts, African American experiences.
  42. San Francisco African American Museum
    SF African American Historical & Cultural Society presents selected exhibits on African and/or African American artists.
  43. The African American Multicultural Museum
    The African American Multicultural Museum is a local Museum with a global perspective. An extensive variety of exhibits and programs featuring art, historical items, speakers, and artist will be highlighted throughout the year. The Museum will keynote multiculturalism by emphasizing the positive contributions of many races and cultures while incorporating the African American segment.
  44. The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture
    Only the second of its kind the country, The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture opened as The Black World History Wax Museum in February 1997. St. Louis, MO.
  45. The Institute of Black Invention & Technology, Inc
    The institute is a traveling museum that presents exhibits and lectures about Black inventors from slavery to the present. Exhibit programs are appropriate pre-school, school-age, and college audiences.
  46. The Lucy Craft Laney Museum
    The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History located in Augusta, Georgia.
  47. The River Road African American Museum
    The River Road African American Museum, located in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting art, artifacts buildings related the history culture of Americans rural communities along Mississippi between Baton Rouge New Orleans.
  48. Tubman African American Museum
    Macon Georgia, honor Harriet Tubman, educating people, African American art, history, culture.
  49. United States National Slavery Museum
    Telling the complete story!