African American Museum of Philadelphia
The African American Museum of Philadelphia opened a new exhibit this week that makes a haunting comparison between the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and modern day sweatshops.
The African American Museum of Philadelphia opens its highly anticipated exhibit today titled, Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection.
Freedom Riders and Bus Boycotters of the 1960s are the subject of an interesting exhibit at the African American Museum of Philadelphia.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art is the only national museum that focuses on the visual arts of the African continent. Representatives from the museum spent several days in Philadelphia, as just one effort to partner with local museums.
Visitors to the African American Museum can see the exhibit, “Mixing Metaphors,” featuring seldom-seen work by 36 artists.
Jean Claude Baker, the adopted son of Josephine Baker, will join Peter Cook, a descendant of architect Julian Abele, and others will join in a panel discussion at the African American Museum of Philadelphia.