News & Events
June 1First Saturday Descendants' Day presentations in the AACWM Auditorium @11am, 1pm and 2pm. Explore the story of African Americans in the Civil War through the eyes of their descendants as they share about their ancestor and research process. Presentations will be on Israel Crump Sr. of the 1st USCT at 11 am, Shepard Tyler and Richard Tyler of the 28th USCT, and Thomas Bell of the 37th USCT. This is a free event.
Story Hour in the AACWM Auditorium @11am. Story Hour engages our youngest visitors by using traditional and contemporary stories about the Civil War and Civil Rights movement. This is a free event
The City Singer's Children's Choir of Richmond Virginia will be preforming at the African American Civil War Museum at 4pm. The City Singer's Children's Choir brings together youth from the greater Richmond area in a joyful appreciation of ethnic, religious and cultural diversity through music. For more information about the City Singer's Children's Choir please visit their website.
**News**Listen to AACWM ON BLIS FM Listen to the BlueLightStream with Hari Jones, a talk radio program hosted by our curator on Sundays @9pm on http://blis.fm/bluelightstream#null
Listen to AACWM ON WAMU Listen to the broadcast entitled Strolling Through History:Civil War Tourism Around DC featuring Dr. Frank Smith on the Kojo Nnamdi show. The broadcast is available on http://thekojonnamdishow.org/audio-player?nid=21625.
Watch AACWM ON C-SPAN Watch the lecture entitled Glorious March to Liberty: African Descent Women in the Civil War by Hari Jones. The lecture is available in the video playlist at http://www.c-span.org/Events/African-American-Women-amp-the-Civil-War/10737430435/.
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