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It's OUR History, It's OUR Museum!

Sunday

Sep 24, 2017 – 02:00 PM

(on various days)

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The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is one of the greatest centers of History in the WORLD!  Jamon Jordan, President of the Detroit Chapter of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History and Tour Leader for Black Scroll Network History & Tours will be leading a series of 2-hour tours at this magnificent museum. Sunday, May 28th at 2:30pm - From the Black Land to Black Bottom: African American History from Ancient Times to Detroit Saturday, June 3rd at 1pm - Forged in Fire: Detroit's History of Rebellions and Riots Saturday, June 24th at 2pm - Stop Talkin' Bout the South: Detroit's History of Racism and Jim Crow Wednesday, July 5th at 12Noon - The Maafa: The Fight Against Slavery and the History of Detroit's Underground Railroad Monday, July 24th at 11am - Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion Exhibit Tour Saturday, August 5th at 10am - Forged in Fire: Detroit's History of Rebellions and Riots  Saturday, August 19th at 10am - The Origin of Humanity and Civilization & Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion Exhibit Sunday, August 27th at 2:30 PM - The Fight Against Slavery & Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion Exhibit  Sunday, September 24th at 2PM - Reconstruction, the Great Migration & Say it Loud: Art, History & Rebellion Exhibit Sunday, October 29th at 2PM - Black Bottom, Paradise Valley & Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion  Sunday, November 12th at 2PM - Faith, Fire & Freedom & Say It Loud: Art, History, & Rebellion  Friday, November 24th at 12Noon - The History of Black Music & Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion  Sunday, December 17th at 2PM - Detroit's Black History & Say it Loud: Art, History & Rebellion   Africa is the Origin of Humanity & Civilization!  One of the Greatest Holocausts in the World was the African Holocaust - the Enslavement of Millions of People!  Join Historian and Educator Jamon Jordan, and learn How World History Began in Africa, how Africans Resisted Slavery, and How they Built the Black Community in Detroit in Black Bottom and a Black business center in Paradise Valley!  Learn about Motown and the the Honorable Mayor Coleman A. Young!  And after July 24th, come with us as we tour the Say It Loud: Art, History & Rebellion Exhibit, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Detroit 1967 Rebellion! PRICE: $10 - MEMBERS of the Charles H. Wright Museum; $15 for Non-Members (You Must Also Pay the Museum Admission)

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