The Museum of African American History will be CLOSED on September 29th.

MAAH in the News

 

Here’s the story behind the new Middle Passage marker at Long Wharf | Boston.com | September 7, 2021

What Boston.com Readers would do with 24 hours in Boston | Boston.com | August 24, 2021

Arthur Cooper was Self-Emancipated and a Leader in Nantucket. Now, the Island is Honoring his Legacy | GBH | August 17, 2021

CityLine: Sunday Aug. 8, 2021: Leon Wilson and Dana Williams | CityLine | August 8, 2021

6 Historical Preservation Sites to Explore in the US | The Discover Blog |

Juneteenth and its Meaning Today | Basic Black | June 18, 2021

Boston mayoral candidates lay out plans for tackling systemic racism in the city | Boston.com | June 17, 2021

At the Museum of African American History, Juneteenth awareness at all-time high | Boston Business Journal | June 16, 2021

Award Nominees Shed New Light on Black History | BNN | June 15, 2021

The Black Heritage Trail: A walking tour deep into Boston history | The Boston Globe | April 30, 2021

The Partnership to Renew the Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial | Friends of the Public Garden | March 3,2021

Restoration of Shaw 54th Memorial nears completion | WCVB | March 3, 2021

The Memorial of the 54th Regiment and Director James Darrah | WGBH | February 12, 2021

This year, Black History Month may never be more important | Boston Herald | February 3, 2021

Marker at Long Wharf will acknowledge Boston's connection to slavery | WCBV | October 14, 2020

15 Unmissable Black History Museums Across America | Fodor's Travel | September 1, 2020

Take a Tour of Massachusetts' Suffragette Sites | WGBH | June 30, 2020

Our former President & CEO Marita Rivero was featured with Superintendent for the National Parks of Boston Michael Creasey on CityLine5 earlier this month to discuss the Shaw Memorial!

Our Director of Education and Interpretation L'Merchie Frazier was featured on NECN last February to celebrate Black History!

Published Thursday, Feb 7, 2019 on NECN.com
by Lim Nakrin