African American Museum
Originally published 03/30/2018
For millions of African-Americans today, the site is “ground zero,” as the Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., has put it, for “blackness, black culture, the African experience, the African-American experience, slavery — however you want to slice it.”
Originally published 04/12/2017
The two-room "slave cabin" in the African-American history museum was home to a family of 11.
Originally published 05/14/2015
Earlier this spring, Mayor Rick Kriseman announced a plan to buy the city's only African American history museum, ending months of controversy over its future.
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