This exhibit reveals issues seldom explored in American history. The post emancipation social, economic, legal, and political systems need to be understood for this country to continued toward the realization of the promise of the Constitution.
The museum is a testimony to African American history in general, more than that of slavery and civil rights specifically, but we enjoyed our time there. We got there before they had opened (even though the open sign was placed outside), but were so very fortunate in meeting Ms. Annie Pearl Avery (Google her!), a living legend from the Civil... 更多
We had the good fortune to arrive just as a party of youngsters were about to begin their tour and we were invited to join them. We had no idea what to expect and when Mr Walker began his "presentation" we were blown away. I won't give too much away but suffice to say we have never had an experience... 更多
This is a good museum to visit that covers a lot of the African side of the journey of the slave trade. Good documentation is presented in the museum as well as a long historical timeline of history of the region. There is some registries and displays as well of the black regiments that fought for the confederacy during the... 更多
This museum communicates an urgent and important message about civil rights in the United States. Meeting Ms. Annie-Pearl Avery is... 更多