The True Black History Museum
A traveling Black History experience...

Welcome

Welcome to The True Black History Museum, a traveling museum that teaches True Black history through the use of rare and authentic artifacts.  We are committed to preserving the history of African-Americans, and to teaching others of the many great contributions that African-Americans have made to mankind.
The True Black History Museum has been viewed by over 50,000 people throughout the United States.  

2018 Calendar on sale now!

Collector's Edition African American History Calendar 2018
One of a kind calendar showcasing twelve phenomenal African-American's who have made significant contributions to the humanity.  
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Our exhibits are perfect for:

  • Colleges and Universities 
  • Schools 
  • Churches 
  • Corporate Events 
  • Youth Groups
The True Black History Museum is currently booking dates for our 2018 Black History tour.  Our current exhibit, entitled "A Tribute to the African-American Journey" features over 150 artifacts, and includes original documents from historic figures such Frederick Douglass, Mary McLeod Bethune, Booker T. Washington, Rosa Parks, George Washington Carver, Angela Davis, President Barack Obama, and many other great African-Americans.  

Themed Exhibits 

  • Women of Color
  • Black Music to My Ears  
  • Negro League Legends   
  • Blacks in Outer Space
  • Speaking Truth to Power
  • The Best Athletes in the World 
  • Hip Hop - The Movement 
  • We can also tailor an exhibit to fit your event. 

Special Tribute 

The True Black History Museum presented a special tribute to the Queen of Soul, the late Aretha Franklin at the UAW Civil and Human Rights Conference in Onaway, MI in August 2018. 
The True Black History Museum presented an exhibit at the 2018 International UAW Civil and Human Rights Conference in Onaway, MI in August 2018. The event was attended by hundreds from across the United States, Canada and Mexico. 

True Black History Now!

Activist and Founder of the True Black History Museum Fred Saffold is pictured with activist Dr. Cornell West marching for justice in Ferguson, Missouri.  
"Be as proud of your race today as your fathers were in days of yore. We have beautiful history, and we shall create another in the future that will astonish the world".
                                     Marcus Garvey