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Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

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As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum will remain temporarily closed.

*All scheduled programming will take place virtually.

 

 

The museum presents the historic voice of this St. Petersburg, Florida community from the perspective of local, regional, and national history, culture, and community. It is another demonstration of the commitment to revitalize the Midtown St. Petersburg area.​

The museum joins Mercy Hospital at the Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center, the Royal Theater Boys and Girls Club, and the renovated Manhattan Casino as evidence of the renaissance of this area.

Current Exhibit

Black Lives Matter Mural

When

Currently on Display

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

This community’s first BLACK LIVES MATTER mural is the most beautiful one in the nation, and it is the welcoming mat to our most historic African American community Jordan Park, and the beautiful Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. While the museum remains closed, all are invited to visit the new mural.

 

T-shirts 👕

 

The “Free-ish” t-shirts are now available for a $20.00 donation.

Also available are the “Together We Rise” t-shirts.

Reserve by clicking the link below.

The shirts are available for pick-up Tuesday – Friday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE T-SHIRT

Mural T-Shirts Coming Soon!

Upcoming Events

Can We Talk?

When

Tuesday, July 7 -- 7:00 pm

Where

Hosted Online by the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum will continue a series of forums for women who seek to become allies in the struggle for improved race relations and reconciliation.
The sessions will be created to disarm and hopefully eliminate attitudes of prejudice, bigotry, and intolerance.
Each program will focus on ways in which privilege, station, and or the position has systemically created a disadvantage for people of color.
Individuals will evaluate their feelings, views, and behaviors regarding race.

Registration is required.

Watch the following video before our next discussion!:

The Racial Divide: Women of Color & White Women

Voting is Our Voice!

When

Thursday, July 9 -- 7:00 pm

Where

Hosted Online by the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

To Be Heard Loud and Clear in 2020 and Beyond

Now, more than ever we must focus on the power of the VOTE. This pivotal time in history can shift our local, state, and national government in a manner that can redefine the nation, our state, and our city.

The Woodson has developed a platform for voters regarding matters on the ballot that primarily affect people of color. Plan to join us.

*The link will be posted.