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NATIONAL BLACK CHURCH & AFRICAN SPIRITUAL HISTORY MUSEUM
National Black Church and African Spiritual History Museum
The National Black Church and African Spiritual History Museum is America's residence for the anthropological, ontological, and archeological, research in Afro-Ecumenical Art, Science, and Humanities concerning the sociology in African diasporal religion. The vision for the museum is gathering the stories and the statues of black faith, black spirituals, and black iconography. Most of the sociology, economic, and political life of the black communities can trace its root bap to the church. Against the odds of slavery is a national treasure of people perserverance and divinePresence through faith and mercy.
The mission of our museum is threefold; Scared Work, Honor of Lost, and future foundational chronicling.
SACRED WORK - To do the sacred work of keeping ancestral memory, cultural contribution, spiritual authenticity, while recovering that history which is in danger of being lost forever.
HONORED LOSS - To honor the Maafa, and life before it. To recover our interconnectedness on our spiritual evolutions.
EXCELLENT CHRONICLES - To leave a solid foundation of chronicle and research in value for the future generations of our descendants.
With the accomplishment of this mission, we ensure the protection of the progressive markers and paths our of people.
We see four coastal curation properties each approximating 20,000+ sq. Each of the edifices will begin with 7 initial exhibition halls committed to the various realms of impact in black church. The properties will also house and parnter with the Love and Grow Rich Academy & Diasporal Research Centers. We see a working community of National research and acquisition centers that contributes to the value and spirit of African Descended life in America.
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We are grateful for the 10,000 partners who will help us by donating $1,000 to the start-up cost of realizing our vision. Help the National Black Church and African Spirituality Museum continue to provide its great services to the public. You would be contributing towards the continuing education of all people who walk through our doors. The 10,000 will be listed on the patrons wall.
LAUNCH EXHIBITION SPONSORS
CANADIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ANTI-SLAvERY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
National Black Church and
African Spiritual History Museum
Cultural Chronicle & Artifact Exhibition Submission Portal
The Brother Phenomenal Foundation is the sponsor and Dr. Jeremiah C. Hackley is the founder and executive curator of the Museum. Dr. Hackley is the fourth great-grandson of the Rev. John W. Hackley, who founded the Anti-slavery Baptist Association in Niles, MI in 1851. In addition, his Great Grandfather, the Rev. D.r James Edgar Green was an organizaer of the March on Washington with Dr. Martin Lutther King Jr..
Rev. Green pastered the Mount Zion Baptist Church of Arlington, VA. The original location of the church was condemned to build the roads to the Pentagon. Dr. Green took the church into a highschool and raised the equivalent of several million dollars in the building that stands today.
Rev. Dr. Jeremiah C. Hackley
Founder and Curator
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The Advisory Board is a group of experts, leaders, and historians committed to the value of historic preservation.