LIVING LEGENDS


  • Tuskegee Airmen
  • Montford Point Marines (Sat)
  • Herb Douglas - the oldest living African American Olympic medalist 1948 London games (Sat)
  • Bill White - the 1st African American President of a major sports league (National League Baseball) (Sat )
  • Tina Sloan-Green - 1st African American Women's Lacrosse coach at a Division 1 college, Temple University, where she won 3 national titles
  • Pedro Sierra - Negro League player


2017 EXHIBITS

​(updated as confirmations are received)


  • A Place For All People - The Smithsonian poster exhibit celebrating the opening of the          National Museum of African American History and Culture.  
  • International Black Inventions Museum - replicas and patents of the invaluable intellectual contributions Blacks have made to the world.
  • ​Lest We Forget Black Holocaust Museum - slavery artifacts, Jim Crow memorabilia and           documents.
  • Jackie Robinson: 70th Anniversary of his major league debut
  • Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts - (50th Anniversary)
  • Paul Robeson House
  • Black Writers Museum
  • Tuskegee Airmen
  • Montford Point Marines
  • Granville T. Woods
  • Black Firefighters (Valiants)
  • Negro League Baseball
  • Black German Cultural Society
  • Assoc for the Study of African American Life & History (ASALH)
  • Black History in the Press (Sankofa Archives)
  • 3rd Regiment United States Colored Troops
  • Philadelphia Black Sports & Culture Assoc 
  • Black Women in Sport Foundation
  • Cheyney University Archaeology Department
  • African American Genealogy Group
  • National Alliance of Women Veterans
  • Harlem Swing Dance Society
  • National Hand Dance Association
  • Burnett Negro Baseball Collection
  • Puzzles For Us
  • Nubian Stylez
  • BJ Fashions
  • Black History Bowl
  • Woodcrafts by Obanion
  • Clymer Metal Crafts
  • Umio Natural Body Care
  • Hamilton Books
  • My Blokhead
  • Bill's Bracelets
  • Rashid's Scarves
  • Know Your Soul (Author Robert A. Brown)
  • My Musical Journey (Author Harry Coombs)