African American Museum of Cleveland

African American Museum of Cleveland The African American Museum of Cleveland, founded in 1953 by Icabod Flewellen is one of the first in
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The African American Museum of Cleveland, founded in 1953 by Icabod Flewellen is one of the first independent African American museums in the Americas. Its mission is to store, share, and educate the public on contributions made to the world by people of African descent and most importantly those who were born and/or lived in the Greater Cleveland area.
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Located in the historic Hough neighborhood

of Cleveland since 1984, the African American Museum has served as an institution that has provided cultural awareness, education about Black history, in addition to a grand collection of artifacts that represent a holistic view of the African diasporic experience. The African American Museum of Cleveland facility will also provide the perfect backdrop for Corporate Events, Small Live Music events, Political Fundraisers, Computer Education seminars, Product Presentations, Community Meetings and a host of events that will greatly enhance the community.

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1765 Crawford Road
Cleveland, OH
44106

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