All sessions listed below will take place August 14-16.  Times for each session are TBD.

Please also, check the At-A-Glance schedule to refer to additional offerings for our time in Baltimore, MD during #AAAM2024

Additional concurrent sessions will be released in the coming weeks.  

Session Title
In Celebration of the 60th Anniversary: 60 Ideas to Sustain and Excel Fundraising Succcess
The Intersection of Justice and Heritage: Dr. Joyce Ladner’s Insights on the Movement and its legacy in Black Museums
The Infinite Legacy of Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray
Advocacy and the Arts: How the Generative Transfer of Knowledge Fosters Social Justice Progress
Rest, Revolution, and Reflection: The Dual Legacy of Black Museums and the Civil Rights Act of 1964
STEM in Color
Out of the shadows: Tools and tactics telling emerging stories in low-cost, interactive exhibits for Civil Rights Exhibits
Command Your Legacy, Chart Your Course: Strategic Planning for Visionary African American Leadership
Transformative Legacies: The Impact of an IMLS Grant on a Black Visual Arts Institution
America’s National Parks: Building Partnership in Preservation
Latinx Studies at Black Museums is Anti-Colonial
Reimagining Historically Black Institutions in the 21st Century
From Founder to Future
Empowering Futures: Engaging Youth and Communities in African and African American-focused Museums
Being Secure and Safe: Security Where It Most Counts and Best Practices of a Safety Coordinator
An Interactive “Critical Care” Approach to Developing Digital Learning Resources
How Safe Are You-Continuing Discussion-Combatting & Responding to Security Issues in Black Museums
Command Your Legacy, Chart Your Course: Strategic Planning for Visionary African American Leadership
Practice and Theory: How Internships Inform History Students About the Long Civil Rights Movement
Self Determination in the District
The Harriet Jacobs Project: Place, Public Art, and Community Engagement as Witness and Ways Forward
“Curating Progress: The Role of HBCU’s in Museum Studies and Historical Preservation”
Immersive Storytelling in Traveling Exhibitions
Building Sustainability for African American Museums Through Community Oral Histories
The Power of Collaboration: A Blueprint for Digitization Projects
Curating Change: How the NAAMCC Cultivates the Next Generation of Museum Professionals
The Power of Narratives: Sharing Stories of Civil Rights Activism
Vote for Survival: The Black Panther Party Museum Interprets the Civil Rights Act
Liberation’s Messages
Freedom, Activism and Culture
The Burroughs-Wright Legacy: Remembering Dr. Margaret Burroughs and Dr. Charles H. Wright
Collaborating to provide scholarly work and discussion with civil rights history in the National Park Service
Erasing Red Lines | Placemaking for the Culture
Introduction to Federal Funding Opportunities
Let Us March On: Building a Legacy on Your Pathway to Excellence – A Core Documents Workshop
Birmingham, Jackson, and Memphis: Complicating the Long History of the Civil Rights Act