Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History…a name which is too long for a title of this post !
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So, what’s inside?
man i havent been in there since it opened!
maybe i should go back, lol.
you been in there recetnly?
not been in this one since it moved to this building. I also need to go.
Go inside! If you enjoy music, check out the African-American music stain-glass gallery, Afrobeat star Fela Kuti exhibition and the “Detroit Performs” photo-montage.. If you like pencil and watercolor art, check out “Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney” exhibition through September 9th. Pinkney brings to life animals, scenes from children’s stories and the Bible and there is an amazing series of paintings of an all-women jazz band from the 1930′s, Admission is $8.00 ($5.00 for kids and seniors). They knock off a dollar if you are AAA member. There is free parking on Brush Street.
Ive been in there, but it really bums me out pretty badly. Much like the Holocaust museum in Farmington Hills – much for the same reasons.
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