Black American West Museum

Movie Night: "March on Washington" | Jan 13

Jan 10, 2018
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Movie Night at Black American West Museum: Davon Johnson’s Documentary Film on the March on Washington brings to life a monumental moment in America.

Featured films include musical tributes to non-violent movement for equality.

We invite the community to join us at the museum for this very special experience. Remembering the struggle for equality and mutual respect continues.  Freedom isn’t free it is the responsibility of each of us to continue striving, lifting as we go!

Black American West Museum

Feb 10, 2017

Black American West Museum
3091 California St
Denver CO 80205
720.242.7428

Benefit:  BOGO - Buy one admission, get one free

Howdy! Welcome to the Black American West Museum! Founded in 1971 by Paul W. Stewart, the Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and disseminating the contributions of Blacks in the Old West.

The Black American West Museum presents a Wild West Show, featuring Buffalo Soldiers and western show re-enactors, plus champion rider Tia Bell, dancing horses and more. It's Saturday, August 31, 2013 at Adams County Fairgrounds in Henderson, Colo.

Dr. Tony Young joined First Take to tell the story of the Buffalo Soldiers, and the role of black cowboys (and cowgirls) today.

 www.BlackAmericanWestMuseum.org 

(music on this feature by Sonny Rollins, "I'm an old cowhand")