WHO WE ARE
From Our Executive Director
I am Terri Lee Freeman, the new Executive Director of the Museum. I am so excited about building the Museum and further establishing it as a central hub for the historical record of African Americans in Maryland and our contributions to the broader regional and national culture…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jenn Biddle | (443) 263-1812 or firstname.lastname@example.org Reginald F. Lewis Museum AnnouncesNew Board Chair and Executive CommitteeDrew Hawkins, CEO & Founder of Edyoucore Sports & Entertainment,elected as new Chair of the...
Wanda Draper Ends Her Successful Run As Executive Director of the Lewis Museum
Check out the latest article on the Lewis Museum by the Baltimore Sun. It talks about the new attitude and success of the Lewis under the leadership of our Executive Director, Wanda Draper.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 4, 2018 Media Contact LaDawn Black (443) 263-1812 email@example.com The Lewis Museum Welcomes Seven New Board Members These talented and highly experienced individuals will utilize their networks to continue the...
The stopper of this perfume bottle probably looks familiar. The black face, exaggerated red lips, and afro-style hair are very similar to minstrel show style blackface. Which was the intention. The label reads Golliwogg, which refers to a character from a series of books by Florence Upton, first written in 1895.
Philip Freelon, 1952 - 2019 Philip Freelon, FAIA, the much-admired and award-winning architect of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, has died at the age of 66. He had been diagnosed with ALS in 2016. The Freelon Group, one...
Ida Rebecca Cummings was an educator, clubwoman, and organizational leader.
Carr’s and Sparrow’s beaches were two beaches in Maryland that were havens for African Americans. Learn more about black beaches at the Lewis.