EXHIBITS

SWEET AUBURN STREET OF PRIDE

The first Black Registered pharmacist in Georgia was Moses Amos. He established the Gate City drug store, which later became the Yates & Milton Drug store in 1922. Peer into the window of the Yates & Milton Drug Store once a staple on the Avenue. It is a showcase and meeting place where residents shared their thoughts, ideas and experiences.

AFRICA: THE UNTOLD STORY

Dedicated to Professor Asa G. Hilliard, III, Africa the Untold Story fulfills his admonition, "Never let them begin our history with slavery."  Learn about the richest continent in the world, its people, its contributions and its culture throughout the last 6,000 plus years.

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THE MAAFA (THE AFRICAN HOLOCAUST)

The "Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade," or more appropriately "The MAAFA," or African Holocaust, was one of the worst tragedies to happen to people of African descent. This exhibit presents graphic details of the enslavement of African people, so that we may never forget the struggle they faced to gain freedom. 

WOMEN IN STEM

Get Inspired by some of the many African American women working in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Learn more about Alice Ball a groundbreaking chemist and pharmaceutical researcher by the age of 24. On display now through December 2018.