10 August 2017

NMAAHC Ustream Channel

NMAAHC Ustream Channel

From our friends at the National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) …

Now you can access some of our outstanding public programs in the comfort of your own homes or anywhere, thanks to USTREAM, a subsidiary of IBM, a Founding Donor of the National Museum of African American History & Culture.

Our USTREAM channel features many public programs, such as Janet Langhart Cohen's Anne & Emmett play performed in the Oprah Winfrey Theater. This one-act play depicts an imaginary conversation between Anne Frank and Emmett Till, both victims of racial intolerance and hatred.

You can also watch The Clement A. Price Lecture Series: The Summer of Black Power: The Uprising in Newark Reconsidered, recorded with special guest speaker New Jersey Senator Cory Booker.

In the mood for jazz? Featured in our summer newsletter, the April performance of jazz innovator Randy Weston is also available to stream at our channel.

See these programs and many more on the NMAAHC USTREAM channel now!

We hope you enjoy this incredible resource.

The NMAAHC Membership Team

Also available online on this channel is Healing the Sick, Burying the Dead: African American Religious Practices and much more.

Much of the content is live performances and discussions that have been taped and are now available.

Which program on the NMAAHC Ustream Channel was most valuable to you?

What other Ustream Channels might be of interest to genealogists and family historians?


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