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Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage


Clest Lanier KCAAH

The mission of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage is to enhance the public’s knowledge of the history, heritage, and cultural contributions of African Americans in Kentucky. Slated to open in spring 2005, the center will be the largest African-American heritage museum in the Commonwealth and one of the 10 largest in the country. It is also the first to trace the historical achievements and accomplishments of black citizens throughout a state’s history.

The center is being built in downtown Louisville, incorporating a historic trolley barn maintenance facility. Director Clest Lanier outlines some of the planned offerings in her Mixed Media visit; for further information, call the center at (502) 583-4100.


Program 717

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; visual artist W.T. Stinson of Russellville; and music by “cowboy troubadour” Rob McNurlin. (#717)

Program 732

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; visual artist W.T. Stinson of Russellville; and music by “cowboy troubadour” Rob McNurlin. (#732)





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