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MISSION STATEMENT

The Center for African American Military History (CAAMH), inc., dba Buffalo Soldiers National Museum (BSNM), is dedicated to exploring and displaying the stories and contributions of African Americans in the military by way of performing and visual arts, educational programming. and exhibitions.

VISION

Our hope is to extend public knowledge of the achievements of all the nation’s African American armed forces personnel to the general public thus building pride and patriotism throughout all of the communities we serve.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum (BSNM) is to educate, preserve, promote, and perpetuate the history, tradition, and outstanding contributions of the Buffalo Soldier towards the development and defense of America from The Revolutionary War to the present.

MUSEUM PROGRAMS

Part of our mission is to create fun and educational programs that engage the entire family and teach the history of the Buffalo Soldiers, educate the public on contributions of African American military personnel, and better the community.

Paint Your History

EDUCATING  & SPREADING OUR HISTORY

  • STEM/STEAM: As the transition continues from STEM to STEAM, we are dedicated to provide. STEAM allows students to connect their learning in science technology engineering and mathematics together with art practices, elements, design principles and standards to provide the whole pallet of learning.

  • Military Inspired Art In an effort to pay homage to that bravery, heroism, and artistry, MIA will create an atmosphere where veterans, active duty men, and women can showcase their talents off the battlefield along with other modern and contemporary artists who may have been influenced by the military.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Ready and Forward: ASAP (Armed Services Art Partnership) – Jan. 28th {Ticket}

  • Story Time: The ABCs of Black History. – Feb. 10 {Ticket}
  • A Sunday to Remember – A 2 man play set during the civil rights era. – Feb 13 at 1:00pm {Ticket}
  • Ready & Forward Resources: Business Cents – the basics of starting a small business. – Feb 13 at 1:00pm {Ticket}
  • Paint Your History: My Mask: My Story. – Feb 20 at 11:00am {Ticket}

MUSEUM BLOGS & PRESS

Salute A Soldier: Doris Miller

November 12th, 2020|

Navy Times In this edition of #saluteasoldier, we salute Doris Miller, an American Sailor who made major contributions during the attacks on Pearl Harbor. He was born on October 12, 1919, in Waco, Texas. Before Pearl Harbor, Miller

To Vote v. Not to Vote

October 30th, 2020|

Vox   For many Americans, voting is a right you have as an American and with such a right one would argue that you should exercise it. However, most Americans do not feel like it matters whether they

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