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"You should never view your challenges as a disadvantage. Instead, it's important for you to understand that your experience facing and overcoming adversity is actually one of your biggest advantages.
-Michelle Obama

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Support Black ART

Support Black innovators, creatives, and artists. This is the surface of what you will express at the Black Girl Magic Museum.


Dance Is in Your DNA

Misty Copeland, Debbie Allen, and Josephine Baker to name a few. Come and learn about the history of Black Ballerina, Majorette dancers, and the culture of Tap and Jazz.

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The Movement

Come and be transformed. We will empower you to evolve and heal. Our exhibits take you on a journey like non-other. Come and experience the Magic

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Social Justice

Honor the legacy of Atatiana Jefferson, Breonna  Taylor Sandra Bland and other women as we continue to say their name and continue their legacy.

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Immerse yourself in the experience while learning about Hidden figures such as Katherine Johnson, Valerie Taylor, Gladys West, Mae Jemison. We have curated exhibits to take your knowledge and imagination to another level. Come and learn about black women who have paved the way


Learn about Women such as Loula Williams that went from teacher to entrepreneur owning numerous business in Tulsa, OK including a Confectionery and Movie Theatre  before the Massacre occurred.

Madame CJ Walker the first female Millionaire 

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Women in Poltics 

VP Kamala Harris, Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, and Shirley Chisholm Learn about the Women in Politics that are breaking barriers

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Evolution of Black Hair

I am not My hair! We are here to empower every black woman and girl to love their crown. While educating all communities about the history of Black Hair. 

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Black Economics

Immerse yourself into the ladies of Black Wall Street. Susie Bell, Loula Williams, and  Dora Wells and learn from the women before us on how you can defeat all odds and release the entrepreneur within you!

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