Dedicated to the memory of the nameless and unremembered men
and women whose daring, endurance, and commitment to African
American self-sufficiency made 18th and Vine the vibrant center
of jazz, swing and Bebop in Kansas City and the world.
The IAAM Center for Family history is a one of a kind research center dedicated to African American genealogy.
The center will be a part of the International African American Museum (IAAM), scheduled to open in 2020.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture,
is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life,
history, and culture. NMAAHC is part of the Smithsonian Institution.
Scheduled to open 2019,
The National Museum of African American Music is the premier global destination for
music lovers of all generations that inspires, educates and transforms your appreciation of American music.
The Center educates the public about the historic struggle to
abolish human enslavement and secure freedom for all people.
The Freedom Center teaches lessons of courage and cooperation
from Underground Railroad history to promote collaborative
learning, dialogue and action in order to inspire today's
American soul music roots and cultural heritage is promoted and preserved
in at the Stax Museum Memphis, TN. Find exhibits, photos, records, video
footage and merchandise of Southern, gospel, blues and neo soul artists
and music legends at the original site of Stax Records Studios in the
heart of Soulsville USA.