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The Museum of African American History is dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans in New England from the colonial period through the 19th century.

 

 

 

 


PRESS INFORMATION

 

 

African Meeting House Restoration

Museum of African American History's
African Meeting House Historic Restoration, Rededication Ceremony, and 205th Anniversary Celebration.

 

01-21-2013

A Day of Service & Celebration in
Honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
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Annual presentation with Boston Youth
Symphony Orchestra and the Mayor's Office
of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events in
Boston's Faneuil Hall.

 

Beginning January 31, 2013

Freedom Rising Exhibit, Lectures,
Concerts and More

The Museum of African American History commemorates the 150th anniversary of
the Emancipation Proclamation and first
black troops from the north in the Civil War.

 

12-31-2012

Freedom Rising: A New Year's Story:

The Museum of African American History and the Handel and Haydn Society Chorus commemorate Emancipation with a First Night 150th Anniversary Concert in the African Meeting House. 

 

05-14-2012

Blazing the Other Freedom Trail
Cassius Cash, Superintendent of the National Park Service, Boston National Historical Park and Boston African American National Historic Site.
(Boston Globe)

05-10-2012

The Color of Baseball in Boston:
The History of Black Teams, the Players
 

and a Sporting Community
New exhibit
opens during 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, Boston.

02-01-2012

Black History Month @ MAAH

01-01-2012

MAAH African Meeting House
Press Kit update

12-20-2011

A Day of Service & Celebration

in Honor of Rev. Dr. Marting Luther King Jr.

Monday, January 17, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.

Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA

12-06-2011

African Meeting House (AMH)

Press Kit

 

11-11-2011

Museum of African American History's
African Meeting House Rededication
and 205th Anniversary Celebration

December 6 - 10, 2011

08-27-2010

Museum of African American History
Receives $4 Million in Federal Stimulus Funds to Restore Historic African Meeting House.

08-28-2010
MAAH Receives Grant to Restore
African Meeting House
(Boston Globe)

05-05-2010

Media personality Carole Simpson
Named MAAH Journalist in Residence

02-22-2010

Admission Fees at MAAH

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PRESS CONTACT:
Lynn DuVal Luse
Phone: 617.725.0022, ext. 12
eMail: communications@maah.org

 

MAAH IN THE NEWS

 

 

Beverly Morgan-Welch

on the Travel Channel's

Monumental Mysteries

MAAH's Executive Director shares one of the amazing stories of escape from slavery that involves Boston's Hayden House, one of the highlights of our Black Heritage Trail® walking tours on Beacon Hill.

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See what the MLK Scholars have been up to. One of our stellar high school interns was featured in a John Hancock series of ads in the Boston Globe.

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Design New England

 

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Urban Update, WHDH/Channel 7