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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.

 

Important Information

LATIBAH Collard Green Museum is no longer located at 720 Tuckaseegee Road Charlotte, NC 28213.  While in transition we are delighted to offer our awesome outreach programs to the community.  For additional information please feel free to visit our program page at www.latibahmuseum.org/programs or you may contact us at nwinfrey@latibahmuseum.org or 704.737.8097

 

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.

 

News & Events

Malcolm…”Dialogue with my Soul…the Gathering”

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  “Dialogue with  my Soul…the Gathering” Saturday, February 20th 2pm – 4pm Fiery. Militant. Radical. Frightening. Revolutionary. Angry. Threatening. Uncompromising. That is how mainstream media described him. Pimp. Hustler. Hostile. Anti-white. Degenerate. Son, brother, husband father. Martyr. Brutally honest. Painfully clear and eloquently brazen. That was Malcolm. Speaking what we dared not think out loud. Who was […]
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Martin…”Dialogue with my Soul…the Gathering”

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Saturday, January 30th 2pm – 4pm  “Dialogue with my Soul…the Gathering” The history of a people is the heart of a people. Knowing that history is being one with that heartbeat. Living that history is walking in the footsteps of the ancestors. LATIBAH’S Theatre Ensemble continues to walk in the footsteps of the ancestors by […]
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