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Program #4

Black Women in the Struggle

A combination of sculptures, posters, paintings, drawings, calendars, photographs, figurines, dolls, collector stamps, collages, magazine and newspaper articles and life-sized cardboard statues adorns this section of the exhibit and presentation.

Black Men in the Struggle

A combination of sculptures, posters, paintings, drawings, calendars, photographs, figurines, dolls, collector stamps, collages, magazine and newspaper articles, life-sized cardboard statues completes this section of the exhibit and presentation.

Beating the Odds-Sports’ Figures

In this section, athletes have stories to tell about their early beginnings.  Their stories are told through posters, sculptures, books, action figures, cardboard sized personalities, paintings, drawings, posters, games, display boards, comics and dolls.

Kings and Queens of Africa

This collection of paintings by Black artists depicts each king and queen in a very colorful setting together with exquisite clothing and head dress and showing a biographical profile of the artist as well as the history of the king or queen.

Slavery Artifacts

This phase of the exhibit sports such items as  a slave’s Bill of Sale, Manumission papers, “Colored Only” signs, stalks of cotton,  Stereotypical mammy and Pickaninny dolls, watermelon eating figurines, barefoot black figurines, the brunt-of-the-joke black figurines, unintelligent looking black figurines, dolls showing unkempt hair, the absence of personal hygiene and games showing blacks in unintelligent circumstances.

Books Chronicling the Black Experience

The Collection have books that are catalogued for accessibility. Featured topics and types of books are comics, biographies, Little Known Facts, Research Topic Reports, accounts of struggles, points of view, issues, debates, status of  African Americans, ethnic relations, patterns of race, the class system, and histories.

Black Dress, African Attire and Accessories

This exhibit features black dress styles on display boards, an array of jewelry and scarves, along with an unimaginable array of dolls showing various dress styles from America and abroad.

Black History Quizzes

This segment of the exhibit features individually created quiz questions, together with answers and answer sheets that cover virtually every subject pertaining to African American life. Additionally, numerous patented games are a part of the exhibit and presentations.

“What If”

This is a  forty-five minute story and skit telling what would happen if inventions and discoveries by Blacks would suddenly disappear from the earth. This single event creates havoc.

General African American History Tools

This general category of the exhibit features games, poems, speeches, stamp collections, post cards, assimilation of Blacks at war, banners, signs, calendars, drawings, biographies, pamphlets, maps, records, paintings, books, display boards, collages, magazines, photographs, comics, sculptures, dolls, posters, scrapbooks, programs,  tapes, trophies, handbills and newspapers.