Museum Grants for African American History and Culture -- Resources
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Materials from the June 2013 Grantee Convening:
Presentation: Grants and Financial Management (PDF, 118KB)
Presentation: Association of African American Museums (PDF, 1.7MB)
Presentation: Social Media for AAHC Museums
Presentation: American Alliance of Museums (PDF, 640KB)
Handout: MAP Social Media Handbook (PDF, 192KB)
Toolkit: Developing Project Ideas, Part 1 (PDF, 519KB)
Toolkit: Developing Project Ideas, Part 2 (PDF, 710KB)
Presentation: Shaping Outcomes and Logic Model (PDF, 359KB)
Worksheet: Logic Model (PDF, 232KB)
Museum Grants for African American History and Culture content on the IMLS website:
As a small museum grew into a multi-dimensional center of historic and cultural preservation, it faced a challenge. The museum’s founder needed to expand professional capacity and put in place a leader to succeed her.
The Tubman African American Museum is giving “community outreach” a new meaning. While looking to expand its audience and provide education beyond the museum walls, the museum developed an “Arts & History Outreach Program” that is doing just that.
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience, holds a collection of more than 30,000 artifacts and archival materials.
The Florida African American Museum Exchange (FAAME) is building a robust alliance of African American museums throughout the state of Florida to preserve and present historically significant documents, photos, artifacts, and buildings.