Association Of African American Museums Annual Conference

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Association Of African American Museums Annual Conference
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National Civil Rights Museum says
Host organization: National Civil Rights Museum
Theme: Milestones in History: African American Museums and the Story of African American Progress

2015 marks the anniversaries of many freedom rights landmarks in American history. It also marks the start of the movement to establish many African American history museums and centers of learning. Come to tell your stories, learn how others are interpreting history and, enjoy the food and fun that makes Memphis famous the world over.

SOME THURSDAY SESSIONS INCLUDE:
• Being Relevant in a Time of Need: The Arts as Agents of Change
• Moms Mabley and the Civil Rights Movement: An Exhibition
• Throwing a Curveball to School Segregation: An Early Case of School Integration in Kansas (1907)
• Informing, Encouraging, and Strengthening Communities: How Three Uniquely Themed Museums Sustained Their Institutional Relevance
• Reclaiming the Competitive Edge: Black Museums, HBCUs, and the Arts
... PLUS, MUCH MORE
More info at http://blackmuseums.org/2015conference

One-Day Registration:

AAAM Member One-Day Registration – $125.00
Non-Member One-Day Registration – $190.00

Single-Event Registration:

Thursday Awards Luncheon $60.00
Performance by Hattiloo
Peabody Rooftop & Skyway
12:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Thursday Evening Reception $40.00
National Civil Rights Museum
6:30 – 10:00 p.m.
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By: National Civil Rights Museum

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