BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DAN MOORE SR.
Noted filmmaker and museum founder Dan A. Moore, Sr. was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After high school, Moore worked in several jobs but found his true calling in 1967 when he began producing films.
His first film was a documentary entitled On Patrol for God, filmed at a Christian rally he helped to organize. A few years later, Moore went to Liberia on Africa's west coast and made the film Welcome Home, which was sponsored by the Liberian government on the condition that he return and make a second film, which he did.
He would return to Africa and travel to several other countries, as well. He later made films featuring Bill Cosby and Gale Sayers, among others. Moore also produced, wrote, and directed The Journey (Narrated by Ossie Davis) and, Sweet Auburn Street of Pride (Narrated by Cicely Tyson and Julian Bond), and A New Time for a New Voice (featured and the MLK, Jr, center in Atlanta.)
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