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Kansas African American Museum [KS]

The Kansas African American Museum is dedicated towards preserving the regional culture and lives of the African American population of Kansas. The museum was first created in 1974, and was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. Now, the museum boasts a "varied collection of multi-media presentations, rare artifacts, African Art, original sculptures, paintings, musical scores, musical recordings and history of local musicians."

The museum offers exhibits. The website offers information about current exhibits, an online museum store, and information about upcoming events.

 
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