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FRESNO,CA--Known as the hub of the African-American community, The African-American Historical & Cultural Museum of the San Joaquin Valley (AAHCMSJV) celebrated the lives of Woody Miller (posthumously) and 79-year old Bobby Brown this past weekend at its annual Jazz &...

May 30, 2019

Awardee Woody Miller (posthumously) Woody Miller, was one of the first African-Americans in the country to own a radio station, known as KLIP in Fowler, CA.

March 14, 2019

The African American Historical and Cultural Museum, with sponsorship from the State Center Community College District, recognized Sam U. Lane (posthumously), Paul Binion, and Renee Craig-Marius’ service to the district, placing them on the Wall of Honor on Thursday, F...

February 23, 2019

FRESNO, CA -As African-Americans continue to adapt in the post-Jim Crow law era almost 70 years later, compiled data displays the significant damages that such discrepancies of inequity over decades (also connected with post-slavery inequitable conditions) have caused...

February 7, 2019

FRESNO, CA—The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II were the pilots, navigators, bombardiers, mechanics, instructors, crew chiefs, nurses, and cooks; however, it would be the pilots who were the first to risk their lives, the first to go into air-combat missions for the US...

January 12, 2019

FRESNO, CA— 2019 Black History Month Celebration Banquet Saturday, February 2, 2019Celebrating its official 10-year anniversary, the African-American Historical & Cultural Museum of the San Joaquin Valley (AAHCMSJV) is hosting its annual, to honor the unsung African-Am...

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