Exploring Kwanzaa: A Conversation with Suitland Culture Keepers
Chanel Compton leads a discussion on the meaning of Kwanzaa with Culture Keepers students at Suitland High School. This lively conversation was centered around the history of the first incorporated Black townships in Prince George’s County Maryland.
“Together We Grow”: PGAAMCC Mural by Alexandre Keto
Watch Brazilian muralist Alexandre Keto create a new mural, entitled “Together We Grow,” at PGAAMCC. Veto’s U.S. Artist Residency was made possible by the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council; video by Maria Saldana.
Hair Story: A Crowning Affair
In celebration of Women’s History Month, PGAAMCC hosted ‘Hair Story: A Crowing Affair” at Fairmount Heights High School on March 25, 2012. This event was a part of the museum’s series of community events for their exbition ‘ A Space of Their Own: A Celebration of the First Black Townships of Prince George’s County.’