The DuSable Museum of African American History

Event Photos

Mother to Son: A Frank Discussion and Letters of Love

On Thursday, May 1st a wonderful and heartfelt discussion was held with Mothers raising sons. The love was felt in the room as was concern, heartache, and hope. Photos by Duane Cyndi Savage PHOTOS

Bishop TD Jakes at the DuSable Museum

Bishop T.D. Jakes is at the DuSable Museum speaking with Pastor John Hannah about his motivation for the book INSTINCT - The Power to Unleash Your Inner Drive! PHOTOS

Comcast Cares at the DuSable Museum

Saturday, April 26, 2014, Comcast Cares Volunteers came to the DuSable Museum to help spruce up the theater dressing rooms and the outside railings and park benches. The DuSable Museum would like to say a grateful THANK YOU to Comcast and the Comcast Cares Volunteers! Photos by David Spearman PHOTOS

Question Bridge: A Dialogue Amongst Men

Were you in the audience for the "Dialogue Amongst Men?" What are your thoughts? Get ready for the next conversation,"Mother to Son: A Frank Discussion and Letters of Love" on May 1, 2014. Photos by David Spearman PHOTOS

A Conversation with Delroy Lindo at the DU!

Saturday, April 12th, actor and executive producer of the exhibition, "Question Bridge: Black Males," Delroy Lindo had a conversation with 400 guests at the DuSable Museum. His message was, especially to the young men in the audience, powerful and enlightening. The exhibition "Question Bridge: Black Males will be at the DuSable Museum thru May 18th Photos by David Spearman. PHOTOS

Crisis in the Congo

Maurice Carney, Executive Director of Friends of the Congo and Andy Mbuyi, President, Congolese Community of Chicago spoke at the DuSable Museum spoke on the Crisis in the Congo. Photos by David Spearman. PHOTOS

2014 A Night of 100 Stars! (Gala)

2014 A Night of 100 Stars! (Gala) PHOTOS

2014 A Night of 100 Stars! (Red Carpet)

2014 A Night of 100 Stars (Red Carpet) PHOTOS

The MAAFA SERIES ENDS WITH CHICAGO

The MAAFA Journey ended with African American's life, tributes, and history in Chicago. Panelist included: Director of Education and Public Programming, Pemon Rami; Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ, Dr. Rev. Otis Moss; and Scholar and Historian, Christopher R. Reed. It was a vibrant way to end the series. Photos by Ed Nightingale, Jr. PHOTOS

SUITE DUSABLE: VISION OF FAITH with Renee Baker

The Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable Day weekend was kicked off with a performance of "Suite DuSable: Vision of Faith" Composed and Conducted by Renee Baker. Photos by Duane Savage PHOTOS

MAAFA: NEW ORLEANS

The DuSable Museum, Illinois Amistad Commission, and Trinity United Church of Christ continued the MAAFA journey to New Orleans on Wednesday, Feb. 19th. with film and discussion led by Professor Jihad Muhammad & Masequa Myers Photos by Ed Nightingale, Jr. PHOTOS

POWER92 BlACK HISTORY CELEBRATION WITH JENNIFER HUDSON

POWER 92; SOUL106.3; and REJOICE 102 celebrated Black History Month at the DuSable Museum with Jennifer Hudson, Oakdale Covenant Church Youth Choir, On Air Personalities, and the Women of AKA giving tribute to the Black Sororities and Fraternities. Jennifer Hudson became a member of the DuSable Museum of African American History. Photos by Malrie Sonier PHOTOS

12 YEARS A SLAVE SCREENING AND DISCUSSION

Over 400 people came to the DuSable Museum to view the film "12 Years a Slave" and participate in the discussion lead by Prof. Vaun Monroe - Cinema Arts, Columbia College; and Dr. George Bailey - Dept. of English, Columbia College. Special thanks to Avis LaVelle and the Illinois Lottery for their support of the event. Photos by: Malrie Sonier PHOTOS

AWE: THE ART OF SENSUALITY

Valentine's Day was special at the DuSable Museum's "AWE: The Art of Sensuality" event. Great people, dancing, performances, art and wine. Were you here? PHOTOS

DuSable Museum Member’s Reception Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow

Reception for the exhibition "Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black College. University of Chicago Professor Darryl Heller spoke on the relationship between Blacks and Jews. PHOTOS

MAAFA: Haiti

MAAFA: The Journey Continues. The next stop on the journey was Haiti. The Chicago Haitian, African American communities, and the members of Trinity United Church of Christ participated in the documentary and Lecture on the Haitian Revolution and its impact on America and the world. Sunday, Feb 16 at Trinity United Church of Christ and Wednesday, Feb 19th at the DuSable Museum the journey continues in New Orleans. Photos by Ed Nightingale, Jr. PHOTOS

MAAFA - GHANA

The First of the MAAFA: African Holocaust Series (Ghana) happened on 2/5/14. PHOTOS

King Day 2014

King Day brought thousands of people to the DuSable Museum. It was a wonderful celebration of films, performances. exhibitions, Read On, arts and crafts. See photos from our King Day Celebration in January 2014 PHOTOS

Blacks and Jews Documentary Screening

See photos from the Blacks and Jews Documentary Screening in January 2014 PHOTOS

The DuSable Museum photo gallery

The DuSable Museum of African American History is using Facebook to share and archive selections of photographs for our events. Please view our photo gallery on the Facebook website. We encourage all visitors to like or friend The DuSable Museum and its staff on Facebook. Our photo albums can be found here, at the » The DuSable Museum Photo Gallery