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Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American women

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

African Americans in Richmond

National Museum of American History

African Americans in Richmond

National Museum of American History

African Americans in Richmond

National Museum of American History

African Americans in Richmond

National Museum of American History

African American History

National Museum of African American History and Culture
A black-and-white photograph of a man speaking from a podium during a dinner recognizing Hugh Mulzac for being named a naval captain after 22 years of naval service. Mulzac is seated next to the podium at bottom right.

Full-length portrait of seated African American woman

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Portrait of African American woman holding a parasol

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

African American Woman

National Museum of American History

African American Man

National Museum of American History

Famous African Americans; Alex Haley

National Museum of American History

Famous African Americans; Rosa Parks

National Museum of American History

25th Annual African American Day Parade poster

National Museum of African American History and Culture
Poster with green geometric lines across the top and bottom. Between the lines, taking up the majority of the front, is red and black text [25th ANNUAL/AFRICAN-AMERICAN/DAY PARADE/(Largest Black Parade In America)/Sunday, September 26, 1993/at 1:00 P.M. in HARLEM/PARADE ROUTE:/111th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. to 142nd Street/MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BAND/GRAMBLING COLLEGE BAND/WE ARE URGING BLACK ORGANIZATIONS/TO COME OUT AND MARCH/For further information contact:/ABE SNYDER or GEORGE BROWN at (212) 348-3080/African American Day Parade, Inc./1 West 125th Street, Room 208/New York, N.Y. 10027/"MARCH WITH DIGNITY AND PRIDE"/THIS IS YOUR DAY!].

African-American Consumer and Business Magazine

National Museum of African American History and Culture
Magazine with a large color photograph of Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. and Minister Louis Farrakhan. The image shows both men standing with Chavis on the left and Farrakhan on the right. Both men are dressed in suits and bow ties. The men stand in an interior room with chairs and small flags resting on the window sills. Behind the men is a palm plant. In the top left of the cover, behind the men, is the partial title of the publication [African-American/CONSUMER]. The word "consumer" is in large red and black letters. In the upper right corner in black text is the date, location, price, and a continuation of the publication title [NOVEMBER"/"DECEMBER 1995/WASHINGTON METRO BALITMORE/NORTHERN VIRGINIA/$3.00/and Business/Magazine]. Down the left side in red and yellow text is the publication's featured article [Million/Man/March/Peaceful/Rally/Makes/History]. On the lower right side is additional text in green and red [Message To/The Masses/Lead,/Follow/or Get/Out Of/The Way!]. Along the bottom of the image is the image caption in black text [Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan]. The entire image as well as all the text is contained within a yellow border on a black background.

Celebrating African American History and Culture

Smithsonian Libraries
In celebration of the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture this weekend, we’ve put together a special digital collection of titles related to the African American experience.  Many of these books come from our National Museum of African American History and Culture Library, which will open in the museum later more »

African Americans for Gore Lieberman 2000

National Museum of American History

African-American Train Porter

National Museum of American History
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