Our Lives, Our History, Our Museum. A LGBTQ Celebration of the Opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Our Lives, Our History, Our Museum

Wednesday, Sept. 21 | 7–9 p.m.
Human Rights Campaign

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Event Co-chairs: Courtney Williams and Earl D. Fowlkes Jr.

Sponsors:
Gold – Center for Black Equity, Human Rights Campaign, MillerCoors
Silver – National Black Justice Coalition, Witeck Communications
Bronze – Global Network of Black People Working in HIV, Jack Hairston, Mary Beth Maxwell, Oasis Dance Collective, Maurice Scott, 
SWERV Magazine, Tagg Magazine, Christopher Watson

Host Committee: Kimberley Alexander, John Blake, Marvin Bowser, Charles Britt, Martin Chang, Barbara Chinn, Kalcian Cross, Ronnie Foster, Anthony Fox, Earl D. Fowlkes Jr., Letitia Gomez, C. Hawkins, Kenya Hutton, KDT Healthy Options, Thomas King, Courtney Williams


The African American Civil War Museum has formed a city-wide host committee to develop a comprehensive series of activities specifically designed to expose the tens of thousands of residents and visitors to the many contributions made by African Americans in Washington, D.C. The DC Host Committee has authorized an LGBT event – “Our Lives, Our History, Our Museum” A LGBTQ Celebration of the Opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC).

This free event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the Human Rights Campaign (1640 Rhode Island Ave, NW, WDC) from 7 to 9 p.m. and will feature Broadway sensation, singer-songwriter and LGBT activist, Frenchie Davis. Refreshments will be provided.

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