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Each of NMAAM's galleries will feature carefully curated exhibits that tell the stories of distinctly African American musical genres, as well as the historic events that shaped each musical form. Get a sneak peek at the following galleries: Wade in the Water, Crossroads, and A Love Supreme through our latest blog posts here. We'll share previews of each gallery on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month through the end of 2019.
NMAAM board member Phil Thornton and the Weirdo Workshop invited us to sit in on a recent taping of the We Sound Crazy podcast during their interview with Rhapsody and Rhythm awardee, gospel superstar Kirk Franklin.  Hear what Kirk had to say about music and culture in this exclusive clip from our YouTube channel. 

SAVE THE DATE: Sips & Stanzas

Our next installment of Sips & Stanzas is one you won't want to miss. Be there on Thursday, Nov. 21 for what will definitely be a lively conversation about #cancelculture, and how it affects artists, public figures, and regular, everyday people. Get your tickets now! https://sips-stanzas-cancel-culture.eventbrite.com/

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Give the Gift of Music Legacy

This holiday season, treat yourself and the music lovers on your gifting list with a NMAAM membership. NMAAM Legacy Members receive unlimited complimentary admission, invitations to exclusive exhibits and events, and a variety of perks and privileges based on membership level. To learn more and become a member, visit nmaam.org/membership.

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