Tag Archives | Black History Month 2022

Lifted Voices: African American History

Costumed interpreters in the museum galleries share well-known and little-known stories of African Americans in Greensboro.

Lifted Voices is a series of living history programs that bring to life people and stories from Greensboro’s past. This is a free, family-friendly program. Join us for history in first person.

Community Voices: Aggie-Eagle Football

The classic match-up between North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro and NC Central University in Durham has been a fan favorite for decades. Now on view in the museum lobby is a sampling of photographs, objects and interviews highlighting this nearly century-old rivalry.

This Community Voices display has been organized by the North Carolina A&T State University Department of History & Political Science and F.D. Bluford Library.

A partner exhibit can be found at the Museum of Durham History here

Interviews with Aggie Players and Coach on YouTube

StoryMap from NCCU