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Welcome to LATIBAH Collard Green Museum

Visit this History Museum that is comprised of a collection of installations, exhibits, artifacts of fine art and cultural history.  You will be captivated as you view the life-size, ‘slices of life’ that depict African-Americans as they have strived for survival in a developing “civil” society.

Experience the museum and be emotionally moved by the visual representations that cover centuries of significant historical eras from the enslavement of Africans through the American systems of slavery, reconstruction, and integration to the 44th President of the United States of America.

 

Our Sponsors

LATIBAH Collard Green Museum is a recipient of a Cultural Innovation Grant from the Arts & Science Council of Charlotte-Mecklenburg with the support of the John S. and James L Knight Foundation.

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African Drum Circle!

African Drum Circle! African Drum Circle!
Join Us Every Sunday at LATIABH! What is an African Drum Circle? A drum circle is a group of people from a few to many arranged in a circle experiencing the spontaneous creation of music on a variety of drums and percussion instruments. The circle is a symbol of wholeness and integration, with the center of […]
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LATIBAH ALIVE!

LATIBAH ALIVE! LATIBAH ALIVE!
LATIBAH Alive! A Historical Reenactment focusing on aspects of Black History. It is a scheduled Monthly Series held on 4th Fridays in combination with LATIBAH ArtHouse Gallery Crawls beginning at 7pm.   September’s Theme (Friday, September 26th at 7pm) “Reach Out and Teach” September’s LATIBAH Alive Theme LATIBAH Alive travels back into time and listens to the wisdom […]
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LATIBAH Talk

LATIBAH Talk LATIBAH Talk
LATIBAH Talk   A  Lecture-Panel discussion focusing on aspects of Black History and Culture.  It is a  Monthly Series scheduled on 2nd Fridays in combination with LATIBAH ArtHouse Gallery Crawls beginning at 7pm. September’s Topic (2nd Friday – September 12, 2014 – 7pm) The Mis-Education of the Negro “Did We Fail Education or Did Education Fail Us?” […]
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