Kevia Maloney is an outstanding representative of our museum. Her knowledge of history and her zeal in desiring to educate the public about African American History and promote inclusion is exemplary. Please come in to see our exhibits and meet Kevia in person.To learn more about her and her importance to our Museum be sure to read the SJ-R article "Someone to Know, Kevia Maloney" by By Tara McClellan McAndrew, SJ-R Correspondent.
We will tell authentic stories about African-American life in Central Illinois, past and present, celebrating and sharing our history and culture and planning for our future.
We will do this through scholarship, oral histories, exhibits, partnerships, our board, our supporters and our friends. We are and will be community builders.
We recognize that our stories are at once unique but connected to those of other communities and we will support those interconnections. We will be integral to the cultural life of our area. We will partner with like-minded organizations. We will be proactive in our community. We will study and apply best-practices in business, scholarship and communication.
Hours & Info
Tuesday through Friday, 12 PM - 4 PM
Saturday, 10 AM - 5:00 PM
1440 Monument Avenue
Springfield, Illinois 62702
Phone: (217 ) 391-6323
Admission to The Museum: Donations encouraged
Special events and private guided tours can be made outside of general admission times. Please call the office to schedule your event.