Since 1965, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History has been a source for education and inspiration for the City of Detroit. Through permanent and traveling exhibitions, the goal of this treasured institution is to provide visitors with greater understanding, acceptance and unity by reflecting on the triumphs and tragedies of African-American history.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month in February are special times to celebrate the culture and recognize the contributions the Charles H. Wright Museum has provided to the City of Detroit. Our team at SHARE Detroit is happy to promote the events at the Museum for Black History Month in February and encourage our readers know of the opportunities available throughout the year, too!
Now through August 22nd, The Charles H. Wright Museum is hosting a new exhibit: "KING TUTANKHAMUN: 'Wonderful Things' from the Pharaoh’s Tomb". Tickets are on sale now and going fast! Become a member of The Wright by March 31, 2022 and get access to the exhibit free of charge! All existing members will pay $5.