African American Museum
The Urban Youth Mentoring Program held its 11th annual “What It Takes” symposium before a standing room only crowd at the African American Museum this week.
Every February, the City of Brotherly Love allows Philadelphians a chance to learn about and celebrate African American artists, authors, leaders and, most notably, those who have struggled against all odds to have the freedoms all Americans enjoy today.
It’s a special Kwanzaa celebration on the 5th day of the cultural holiday.
Mega-star R&B divas, The Supremes are coming to Philadelphia. It’s part of a new exhibit at the African-American Museum of Philadelphia scheduled to launch in January.
A shero is a female hero, someone who has improved the quality of life of those around her and took on tough challenges despite obstacles.
A collection of quilts created by women in Haiti are on display at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
The African American Museum in Philadelphia will hold three Kwanzaa celebrations this week, for the first time, starting on the first day at the Museum at 7th and Arch, and then on Wednesday and Thursday at the Gallery at Market East.
The African-American Museum in Philadelphia has announced its new “Lens Legacy” program, which will allow kids to learn the roots of the music business.
A local filmmaker and activist is holding a wide-ranging conference tomorrow focusing on African American males.
A special ceremony was held on Tuesday afternoon at the African-American Museum for Philadelphia fashion pioneer Mae Reeves, celebrating her 60 years as the queen of hats.
If you are a museum buff, then Philadelphia is the place to be! The City of Brotherly Love offers a wide variety of museums for everyone to enjoy.