The DuSable Museum of African American History


A selection of recent news/media links referencing The DuSable Museum of African American History.


At DuSable Museum, Every Month Is Black History Month ::

DuSable Museum exhibit shows how blacks, German Jews fought oppression ::

DuSable Museum holds tribute to Nelson Mandela :: The DuSable Museum in Hyde Park held a small tribute to Nelson Mandela on Thursday afternoon –

Local woman reflects on meeting Mandela during `93 Chicago visit –

Chicago communities call for violence to stop – ABC News –

Color of Crime: Why are so many young blacks being shot? – Chicago News and Weather | FOX 32 News —

DuSable Museum Hosts March On Washington Reenactment –

DuSable’s Geoffrey & Carmen Exhibit Opens –\

Chicago was graced with living legends and dance royalty, Geoffrey Holder and Carmen DeLavallade, for the premiere of The DuSable Museum exhibit, Geoffrey and Carmen: A Memoir in Four Movements –


Chicago museums introduce MLK to new generations ::

DuSable Museum listed as one of “The Best Museums In Chicago” ::

Governor Quinn Commemorates 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington || Honors the Courage of All Who Marched at Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History –

DuSable Museum celebrates 50th Anniversary of March on Washington –

Chicago civil rights vets ‘remix’ historic March on Washington –

Chicago: DuSable Museum reenacts 50th anniversary of March on Washington –

Civil War re-enactors’ teach history of African-American soldiers at DuSable Museum event –

“Make a list of things to do on Chicago’s South Side and odds are watching a Civil War reenactment would not be one of them” –

Chicago turns out to celebrate Obama’s inauguration –

Chicago turns out to witness Obama’s inaugural –


DuSable Museum celebrates the life and artistry of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen DeLavallade –

The DuSable Opens ‘Geoffrey & Carmen’ with Unforgettable Evening –

DuSable Museum Honors Legendary Artists Geoffrey Holder and Carmen DeLavallade with “A Memoir in Four Movements” Exhibition –

The DuSable Museum of African American History in association with the California African American Museum (CAAM) celebrated the love, lives and legacies of award-winning artists Geoffrey Holder and Carmen DeLavallade –

Geoffrey & Carmen: A Memoir in Four Movements Announcement by Discover Black Heritage –

The DuSable Museum of African American History is honored to present a new art exhibition entitled, “Charly Palmer: The Dream Lives On,” which celebrates and documents the 50th Anniversary of The March On Washington –

The DuSable Museum of African American History Presents, KKK – “Kin Killin’ Kin” posted by Black Art in America –

New Chicago DuSable Museum Exhibit Compares Urban Gun Violence To The KKK

“There is no escaping the news of the pervasive violence among African-American youth in cities across America—and looking no further than our own backyard right here in Chicago, it is practically an everyday headline” –

Artist illustrates pain of black-on-black crime –

Artists turn up volume on gun violence debate –

WATCH: Canaan Community Church and Chicago Communities Issue Urgent Call for Violence to Stop –

On 50th Anniversary Of CPS Boycott, Activists Prepare To Mobilize Against Educational Inequalities (VIDEO) –

Education Activists Gather to Remember ’63 School Boycott –

50 years later, activists reflect on CPS boycott –