Charleston, S.C. – The International African American Museum (IAAM) has received an additional $1 million donation from The Boeing Company. This contribution will help thousands of underserved children experience the educational aspects of the museum during its opening year while also helping to support the organization’s broader mission and operations. This most recent gift brings Boeing’s […]
You Are Invited! The International African American Museum will present free genealogy programming every Saturday in February.[mks_separator style=”solid” height=”2″] Saturday, February 3: Gullah Society and IAAM | CFH present “Update on Anson Street African Burial Ground” and “Who Are Your People? Beginning African American Genealogy” at the Charleston County Public Library Auditorium, 3pm-5pm. [mks_separator […]
On the day of the International African American’s launch of the Center for Family History website, The Root posted their exclusive interview with IAAM CEO Michael Boulware Moore and CFH’s leader Toni Carrier. In this interview, they discussed the history of the museum, the purpose of the CFH, and why this center is such an […]
The Atlanta Blackstar–which is one of the largest online platforms for black news, opinion, and information–recently covered the IAAM’s launch of the Center for Family History‘s website. Take a look at their coverage by clicking the link below. [SOURCE]
Via ColorLines: “The International African American Museum (IAAM) strives to be more than just a collection of exhibits and historical artifacts. Instead, the future Charleston, South Carolina, institution wants to extend its mission of understanding Black family history to individual visitors, starting with its new Center for Family History.” We couldn’t have said it any […]
Many thanks to Brad Streicher of the CBS Live 5 News channel for joining us at our press announcement. Brad created, and shared via Facebook, a short clip about the announcement and we wanted to share it with our supporters. Learn more about the Center for Family History today by visiting our CFH website. [SOURCE]
On Tuesday, July 18th, the International African American Museum announced the launch of our new Center for Family History website at a press event held at the Blackbaud campus on Daniel Island. The oldest Black centric newspaper in Charleston, the Chronicle, was kind enough to write about the website’s launch. [SOURCE]
On Tuesday, July 18th, the International African American Museum announced the launch of our new Center for Family History website at a press event held at the Blackbaud campus on Daniel Island. Dave Mundy from the Post & Courier was on site and wrote about the launch. [SOURCE] Photo courtesy of Dave Mundy.