Scholar Blog Series
East High Stories
In The News
Selma to Montgomery: The Long Walk to Freedom
Inspiring Mentorship: Elizabeth Catlett and Samella Lewis
Vantage Point: Photographs from the Permanent Collection
FREEDOM SUMMER 1964
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
TKAAM Presents: The Civil Rights Trail Tour
Black History Month Celebration
More Than a Month
A Tribute to Trailblazers
Museum on Wheels
Senior Wednesday Videos
Faces from our Past
The Kansas African American Museum
Dr. Gretchen Eick speaks on "The King We Forget" in the latest edition of our Scholar blog series.
We would like to honor James Hysten, 2014 recipient of the Trailblazer award in Business Leadership.
We would like to honor Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower, 2014 recipient of the Posthumous Trailblazer award.
Join us for "Selma to Montgomery: The Long Walk to Freedom"
Dr. Robert Weems writes on the history of Black History Month in the latest edition of our "Scholar" blog series.
East High 1967 interviews still being conducted if you or someone you know can contribute contact the museum at (316) 262-751
We would like to honor Fern Merrifield Van Gieson, 2014 recipient of the Trailblazer award in Civil Rights.
Join us for FTK nights Saturday April 25 from 7:00-10pm
Join us for our "Legacy" summer camp! Seats are limited and registration ends May 22nd!
Now in the Heritage Gift Shop: The works of Chief Zacheus Oloruntoba
We would like to honor Coach Lafayette Norwood, 2014 recipient of the Sports Trailblazer award
Making the African American experience relevant and resonant to every Kansan.
Upcoming events at TKAAM
Events on April 4, 2015
Wichita Blues Society Youth Jam
Starts: 4:00 pm
Ends: April 4, 2015 - 7:00 pm
Location: The Underground 1628 George Washington Blvd. Wichita, KS
Description: A program designed to help teach young musicians.
Volunteers at TKAAM Are The Best!
Hats off to Hattie, an article published in Wichita Magazine by Mark McCormick
Mark McCormick: Kwanzaa about culture, values
James Hysten Honored as TKAAM Business Leadership Trailblazer 2014
The King We Forget by Dr. Gretchen Eick
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