ACCESS, EXPLORATION, AND HISTORY - Everything in this online museum has a story to tell. Users can quickly learn and research how African American life was lived in the 1600s, 1700s, 1800s, 1900s, and beyond. Users can see everything that encompasses black life. From how people lived, acted, danced, and learned to then societal norms, i.e., politics, work, military, culture, etc.
SAA3DM will teach the world about African American History in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and across the country. Everything in the museum has a story to tell, and we can quickly learn how things were done in the 1600s, 1700s, 1800s, and 1900s, what life looked like, and even what people wore and did every day. Living history coming alive from times gone by helps us understand ourselves from past African American History.
The “Virtual” museum is a 4-story building with a fantastic rooftop overlooking Military Park in the city park in downtown Newark, New Jersey. It is a parallel triangle-shaped park between Park Place, Rector Street, and Broad street.
Each floor will have visual exhibits with written history you can tour. Broad Street. Each floor will have visual exhibits with written history you can tour.
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Annual Membership $1,000
Lifetime membership $5,000
Family Lifetime membership $10,000 (up to 4 individuals)
* Membership will give you access to VIP events, Previews of Exhibits, and Quartey updates on SAA3DM. A lifetime membership will allow you to have a live event with Lawrence E. Walker!
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Women Impact in Wartime: This will also include a look at the African American women during World War II, the Hispanic and Native American Veterans of the Korean War, as well as the historic African American Units in Korea, which includes the 24th Infantry Regimental Combat Team, 396th Regiment out of New York City, the 2nd Ranger Infantry Company (Airborne), 555th Battalion (Airborne) from World War II, and the 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, perspective during the time period of the Korean War, Prisoners of War Remembered and Personnel Missing in Action. The filmmaker will cover this and additional historical perspectives from various historians in this archival collection and historical film project.
Access & Preservation: We strongly emphasize the importance of putting all this information into a computer-archived database and on the new virtual 3D Museum for the community and the public. His passion is to educate the world and not forget the history of African America culture. This collection will help the audience to understand wartime in the past and the present and to prepare for the future.
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