As February, or Black History Month is approaching to an end, there is still time to celebrate and focus on the black presence in America.
The Apex Museum in Atlanta, Georgia on Auburn Avenue is a landmark for appreciation of the African Diaspora. The Museum breathes truth, knowledge, and hope. This month’s exhibition, Africa The Untold Story features a showcase of African-American history that includes artifacts, pictures, and films. It also entails a tour of explanation in regards the significant black organic culture, language and literature.
It displays the many achievements that blacks accomplished with the fight for freedom and literary opportunities. From servitude progressed into gratitude on Auburn Avenue. Establishing a “new African-American culture,” the coming of independence and self-governance led to thriving establishments on Auburn Avenue such as churches, banks, radio stations, and other businesses that emerged into bonded communities, which have continued to strengthen the African-American culture.
Thanks to the Apex Museum black history can be recognized, experienced and appreciated. It is an example of compelling history that can conclude that the intelligence, creativity, and inventiveness has never ceased in African culture.