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Welcome to the International African American Museum! Advanced timed tickets are required for all visitors. Popular dates and times may be sold out.


We invite individuals of all creeds and spiritualities to join our journey at this sacred site.

The Spirit of Our Ancestors.

The International African American Museum recognizes and honors the central role of faith, spirituality, and religion in the African and African American journey. Our faith-based programming and community engagement is produced in collaboration with interfaith leaders and organizations, houses of worship, and spiritual communities throughout the region and country.

Faith-Based Advisory Council

  • Rev. Dr. R. Marshall Blalock

    First Baptist Church of Charleston

  • Rev. Patricia Bligen Jones

    Hebron Zion PCUSA

  • Rev. Alverta G. Bowens

    United Church, Beaufort

  • Minister Eleanor Cooper Brown

    Wesley UMC, Penopolis

  • Ms. Barbara G. Clark

    St. Patrick Church

  • Ms. Pamela Cornwall Duncan

    Bethel UMC, Charleston

  • Deacon Madlyn L. Gabe

    Manna Life Center

  • Dr. David Goltra

    National/Regional CJCLDS

  • Ms. Naomi Gorestein

    Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim

  • Rev. Timothy Nathaniel Grant

    Greater St. Peters's Church

  • Rev. Iris Johnson Brown

  • Ms. Stephanie LeVan

    Seacoast Church

  • Ms. Heather Lyn Mann

    Indigo Sangha, Plum Village Community of Engaged Buddhism

  • Dr. Marion C. Platt, III

    Star Gospel Mission

  • Apostle Cleo Pringle

    Manna Life Center

  • Imam Herbert Fraser Rahim

    Masjid Al-Jami Ar-Rasheed

  • Ms. Leslie Skardon

    Unitarian Church in Charleston

  • Rev. Dr. Gregory A. Snyder

    St. John's Parish Church

  • Rev. Dr. William Swinton, Jr.

    Ebenezer AME Church


Questions about our faith-based programs and initiatives or how you can get involved?

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