Provides a timeline of African American history to the present featuring art, artifacts, literature, and creative art that reflects the experience of Black people in America.
The purpose of the Exhibit is to promote dignity and pride in the African community and provide cross cultural education for the larger community.
EXHIBIT OPENING INTRODUCTION
This video introduces the Black History Exhibits you will see as you explore the exhibit. (Play at any time)
Also as a bonus view a video from the Martin Luther King Jr. Event about the Black Caucus.
The below Black History Exhibit video player contains all 20 exhibit videos.
Click on the three bars on the bottom of the video player (if using a computer), expand the view and see other videos in the playlist.
If viewing from mobile phone, click on the link.
BLACK HISTORY GALLERY
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT SCHEDULE
February 8th Thru February 28th, 2022
Grace Arms of Antioch: Pastor Kirkland A. Smith, Board President
Village Keepers, Inc.: Dr. Carrie Frazier, CEO & Founder
Antioch Community Foundation: Keith Archuleta, Executive Director
Mr. Terry Blinks: Musician/Singer (925) 262-6104
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE EXHIBIT
Gloria Hartsough, PPEYC, Jessie Thompson, Ron Thompson, Mary Ward,
Sam Erwin (Canes and walking sticks)
Glen Johnston (Sports figures, musicians)
Mrs. Joyce Smalley (Pictures, tapestries, etc.)
JTS Art Gallery (925) 427-1389
Grace Arms of Antioch's Black
History Exhibit Team Members
Arielle Calloway, Sherry Calloway, Redjil Mcleod, Anita Thomas, Lacsheia Turner, William Warren, Rolanda White
Grace Arms Advisory: Dr. Carrie Frazier, Anthony Randolph
Voices on Video Exhibits
African The Mother Land; Carrie Frazier
African & Mexican Heritage: Rolanda White
Leaders & Educators: Sherry Calloway
Military: Willie Warren
Scientists, Inventors, etc: Lacsheia Turner
Back to Africa Movement: Lacsheia Turner
Emancipation Proclamation: Lacsheia Turner
Kwanzaa: Anthony Randolph
Library & Art Collection: Sherry Calloway
Middle Passage & Slavery: Dwayne Richardson
Musicians, Writers, & Enterts.: Arielle Calloway
Plantation Life: Lacsheia Turner
President Barack Obama: Tracey Jones
Nelson Mandela: Redjil McLeod
Quilt Collection: Rolanda White
Reconstruction: Lacsheia Turner
Soul Food: Arielle Calloway
Sports Figures: Anthony Randolph
The Church: Arielle Calloway
The Civil Rights Movement: Anita Thomas
The Motherland Africa: Dr. Carrie Frazier
The Underground Railroad: Lacsheia Turner