The Museum will be closed beginning December 18, 2021 throughout January 31, 2022. Re-opening February 1, 2022 by appointment only. Schedule for 2022-Tribute to Black Cowboys Historical Narrative Exhibit-February 1, 2022- April 30, 2022/ Our Historical Narrative with Cast Iron Cookware, Cooking Undercover on Site at Museum, Saturday April 30, 2022, 12am-3pm.

Greene County
African American Museum

Mission

“Sankofa” a West Africa Adinkra Symbol. Symbolically expressed as a mystical bird that flies forward while looking backwards. With an egg (symbolizing the future) in its mouth. “Knowing the historical narrative of our past is significant.” Sankofa Bird is the artistic work of Jeffrey Waller.

The Greene County African American Museum is dedicated to the empowerment of and truth-telling about African American lives in Greene County, Georgia.

The Museum is designed to inspire clarity of heart and mind by sharing with all the important contributions and stories of Greene County’s African American community throughout its history to the present day.

For more information or to make an appointment to visit, contact Museum Director Mamie Hillman at mamie@gcaam.org.

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