Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center is proud to present a series of Educational Resources based on past and current exhibits!
For more information on educational programs and resources please contact Chanel Compton, Education Director, at 301-209-0592, email@example.com
A Struggle for Dignity: An Artistic Exploration of Slavery and Emancipation by Curtis G. Woody
- Exhibition: July 13, 2012- October 27th, 2012
- Educator’s Open House, Coming Soon!
A Space of Their Own: Celebrate the history of Prince George’s Historically Black Townships; North Brentwood, Eagle Harbor, Fairmount Heights, and Glenarden.
Exhibit Timeline: January 14th- June 2nd 2012
- Video: Introducing “A Space of Their Own”
- PDF Poster Map of Prince George’s Historically Black Townships
- PDFTeacher Resources: Background Information of Townships & Lessons
- PDF Lessons completed by Educators at the PGAAMCC Educator’s Open House: Saturday January 28th 2012
Coming Home: How the African American Experience in World War II Shaped the Culture of Prince George’s County
Exhibit Timeline: May-September 2011
- Video: “Enlisted: A Conversation with Five Generations of African Americans from U.S. Armed Services—An Extended Conversation
- PDF Background Information about the African American experience during WWII
Additional Links From Past Exhibitions: