Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Black History in Michigan
Mask: Entrance, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History--Detroit MI
Photo by pinehurst19475.
the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience. The Museum provides exhibitions and programs that explore the diversity of African American history and culture. The Museum houses over 30,000 artifacts and archival materials and is home to the Blanche Coggin Underground Railroad Collection, Harriet Tubman Museum Collection, Coleman A. Young Collection and the Sheffield Collection, a repository of documents of the labor movement in Detroit.Due to a generous donation from Target Corporation, admission is FREE on the First Sunday of each month until July 1, 2007. Now there's even more incentive to visit!
Read read Black History in Michigan, a collection of articles on Absolute Michigan's Stories from Michigan History Magazine
And read or listen to Essay: Deferring the Dream - 1/15/07 by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews about Martin Luther King's legacy
Also read or listen to the companion Interview: Kevin Gaines - 1/15/07 by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews
The photo above, by pinehurst19475, shows the mask that decorates the entry to the museum and is part of the Absolute Michigan Pool on flickr and part of pinehurst19475's detroit area photos set.
This photo entitled Museum of African American History, Detroit is also in the Absolute Michigan Pool and was contributed by Maia C.
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