The African American Museum in Philadelphia
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Founded in 1976, this modest museum has told the story of African Americans for decades. The draw here is the traveling exhibits including recent shows celebrating Ntozake Shange’s play, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, photography by Shawn Theodore, Dawoud Bey and Gerard Gaskins, and a multimedia exhibition on racial bias in our judicial system.
701 Arch St
|Cross street:||at N 7th St|
|Price:||$14, seniors, students and children 4–12 $10|
|Opening hours:||Wed 10am–5pm, Thu–Sat 10am–5pm, Sun noon–5pm|
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