To research the untold, forgotten, or neglected history of African-Americans in local communities; and to develop and augment that history by way of procuring funding for preparing and publishing books, the creation of breathtaking exhibitions, developing manuscripts, adapting and propagating a rigorous curriculum for educational institutions, tours of historic sites and homes, as well as cultural facilities including the future NAPAAHC headquarters, and community museums, as well as educating citizens on the importance of learning of the hardships, as well as the successes of Blacks in the American society who were able to overcome incredible odds to accomplish much for the continuance of a just society, the bonding of a race, the needs of a generation, and the bringing together of humanity for the cause of freedom and justice.

Educational Component

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