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Rosa Parks Museum

Art in the form of teabags, doll heads and cockleburs will stand in Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum this summer as part of a visiting artist exhibit titled, “America’s Original Sin.” Artist Willie Little,...

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum

Normally, Woodrow Wilson Museum Curator Andrew Phillips would have a pair of gloves on, handling a delicate artifact that dates back decades or even centuries.  This time, he was holding items he didn’t expect to sit...

Kentucky Museum

Whitework: Women Stitching Identity, exhibited at the Kentucky Museum, combines American history with quilts, an art that was typically overlooked during the late 18th to mid 19th centuries. The exhibit will be open until Nov....

Virginia Museum of History and Culture

Virginia Museum of History and Culture (VMHC) is reopening a portion of the museum, including a new exhibit, July 1. By partnering with the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia (BHMVA), the VMHC has...

African American Museum of Dallas

A new exhibition in Dallas highlights significant African American men who are icons in the country’s historical and cultural landscape. “Men of Change: Power, Triumph, Truth” opens Saturday, June 26 at the African American...

Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum

Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum has opened a new exhibit, “Sequoyah’s Last Journey,” at the historic landmark near Sallisaw. The exhibit offers a closer look at Cherokee migration in pre-statehood Texas, as well as later attempts by individuals to discover...

Charlotte Museum of History

In 1903, the Mecklenburg County school board purchased an acre of land in east Charlotte for a mere $10. Today, the Siloam School — the building that was constructed on that land in 1920...

Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience

Janis Rabin’s family emigrated from Poland, eventually settling in Bogalusa, Louisiana. For years, she and her relatives had kept memories and stories of their family’s Jewish experience to themselves, or shared them casually with...

NC Maritime Museum at Southport

People who experience sensory problems with things like loud noises or bright lights now have a way to fully enjoy the North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport.  The museum is offering new initiatives to...

Pueblo Heritage Museum

There are seven local organizations gearing up for flood exhibits to highlight the 100-year anniversary of Pueblo’s devastating and life-changing flood, and one of those exhibits will be hosted by the Pueblo Heritage Museum....

Gilcrease Museum

A new exhibit at the Gilcrease Museum lets visitors ask virtual versions of living Tulsa Race Massacre survivors about their experiences. StoryFile and the Terence Crutcher Foundation present “The Legacy of Survival,” which uses...

Arizona History Museum

A new exhibit at the Arizona History Museum in Tucson aims to make sure the state’s place in the history of space flight is not forgotten. “Ready to Launch: Arizona’s Place in Space” showcases how the...

Park City Museum

The Park City Museum is planting seeds of information regarding the history of farm worker rights with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service’s “Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos.” The exhibit,...

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

In the early 1900s Jewish businessman Julius Rosenwald and Booker T. Washington forged one of the earliest collaborations between Jews and African Americans. The pair created schools throughout the nation for Black children who...

Bullock Texas State History Museum

A new exhibition opening May 19 at the Bullock Texas State History Museum takes visitors on a journey through more than 5,000 years of guitar history, from its origins in the ancient world to today. GUITAR:...