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Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels

One of the foremost collections of African American history spanning the period of 1860 to the present, “Sankofa” takes audiences on a journey through slavery, the era of King Cotton and days of Emancipation. It also tells the stories of Ida B. Wells, other famous African Americans, the Tuskegee Airman, Dr. King, and our 44th president. This exhibit includes more than 20 tables of historical artifacts, pictures, writings and other tangible items which are enhanced with a guided tour, question and answer session and dramatic presentation. This one-day presentation is open to all. Groups are welcome. Please contact culturalevents@salem.edu if you have a group you would like to bring so we can adequately plan for your group’s arrival. This exhibit is sponsored by Salem College and offered free to the community. There will be a break in the exhibit from Noon until 1 p.m.
When Feb 27, 2012
from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where North Corridor Gallery, Salem Fine Arts Center
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Contact Phone 336.917.5493
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One of the foremost collections of African American history spanning the period of 1860 to the present, “Sankofa” takes audiences on a journey through

slavery, the era of King Cotton and days of Emancipation. It also tells the stories of Ida B. Wells, other famous African Americans, the Tuskegee Airman, Dr. King, and our 44th president. This exhibit includes more than 20 tables of historical artifacts, pictures, writings and other tangible items which are enhanced with a guided tour, question and answer session and dramatic presentation. This one-day presentation is open to all. Groups are welcome. Please contact culturalevents@salem.edu if you have a group you would like to bring so we can adequately plan for your group’s arrival. This exhibit is sponsored by Salem College and offered free to the community. There will be a break in the exhibit from Noon until 1 p.m.