For over half a century, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History has dedicated itself to exploring and celebrating the rich cultural legacy of African Americans.  Through dozens of permanent and visiting exhibitions, over 300 annual public events and programs, as well as education and research opportunities for adults, children, and visiting scholars, The Wright inspires visitors toward greater understanding, acceptance, and unity by reflecting on the triumphs and tragedies of African-American history.  Home to the Blanche Coggin Underground Railroad Collection, the Harriet Tubman Museum Collection, and the Sheffield Collection—a repository of documents regarding the labor movement in Detroit—among many other notable materials, The Wright houses more than 35,000 artifacts pertaining to the African American experience.  Each year, more than half a million people visit The Wright to engage with its unparalleled collection

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Please send a check payable to “Walter K. Evans” to:
Walter K. Evans
2035 West Boston Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48206

On the memo line, please write “The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History”.

We will aggregate the donations and send you a tax receipt from the organization once the donation is made.