Pinellas County African American History Museum, Inc.
The Pinellas County African American History Museum was incorporated in April 2000 with the following officers: Randolph Lightfoot, president; Sandra W. Rooks, vice-president; Darlene Kalada, treasurer; Sheila Keller, secretary; and Christine Morris, historian. Other charter board members were Ellen Babb, Donald Ivey, Michael Andrews, David Archie and Bernice Campbell. Meetings were held monthly at Heritage Village. Since its inception, the PCAAHM has been the lead sponsor of the Florida African American Heritage Celebration which continues to grow in popularity each year.
Our Mission Statement: The purpose of the Pinellas County African American History Museum is to preserve and celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of African Americans of the past and present through exhibits, educational programs and research materials that document the African American social and cultural experience.
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Donations will be used to increase and preserve the museum's collection.
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