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This is the first time the Kinsey African-American Art and History Collection has been shown in Oklahoma. Its debut is made possible by Gathering Place in collaboration with the Greenwood Cultural Center.

‘World class’ African American cultural center eyed by Grand Rapids nonprofit

An African American Museum and Cultural Center is coming to Eastern Kentucky

The curators of a cultural center in rural Virginia discuss the impetus for founding the Appalachian African-American Cultural Center, the past, present and future

The event will begin with a talk by Karlos Hill, chair of the Clara Luper Department of African and African American Studies at OU, and Mechelle Brown, program director and tour guide at Tulsa's Greenwood Cultural Center.

Swastikas and a racial slur were spray painted over the weekend at the property of the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, an African American history museum in downtown Phoenix.

ON THIS DAY: September 17, 2009, August Wilson Center for African American Culture opens in the Cultural District

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ON THIS DAY: September 17, 2009, August Wilson Center for African American Culture opens in the Cultural District


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GRAMMY-winning blues great #MuddyWaters ' Chicago home is a step closer to becoming a museum, studio and cultural center, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the @SavingPlaces ' African American Cultural HeritageAction Fund.

The Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center makes sure students in the county know the rich history that surrounds them with its "Museum-In-A-Box" program. #BlackHistoryMonth 

From the late 1910s to the mid-1930s, Harlem became the center of an explosion of African American art, music, dance, literature and more. See what one America’s most significant eras of cultural expression looked like.

An exhibit at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale features an extraordinary collection of African-American fine art posters created by some of the leading 20th century Black American artists. #BlackHistoryMonth 

40 YEARS LATER: A story about the 1980 shooting of five African American women in Chattanooga by the KKK will be shared later this month at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center. #CHAnews 

The African-American electorate has been undergoing a quiet, long-term transformation, moving from the left toward the center on several social and cultural issues, while remaining decisively liberal, even radical, on economic issues, says @Edsall 

“Black Is Beautiful,” at the Skirball Cultural Center in LA, is the first solo museum show devoted to Kwame Brathwaite, who helped ignite a global celebration of African-American style and identity

In the late 1970s, Hip-Hop burst onto the scene in the Bronx in a cultural explosion of rapping, breakdancing and beatboxing. Our Center for African American Media Arts explores its global impact in “Represent: Hip-Hop Photography.” More: #BlackMusicMonth