Throughout its history the African American Museum has sponsored lectures and conferences to educate the community about the African American experience. The Museum has sponsored lecture series such as the African American Heritage series, the Thelma Thompson Daniels Lecture series for Women’s History Month, and the ARCO Lecture Series. The Museum has pioneered two conferences: The Biennial Black Women’s Conference and the African American History in Texas Conference.

Upcoming Lectures & Programs

FREEDOM TO THINK: An Introduction to Malcolm X's Use of the Liberal Arts

Saturday, January 13 and Saturday, January 20 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Have you ever wondered why Malcolm X continues to be such a capable and compelling thinker and communicator?

If so, then this interactive workshop experience is for you.

South Dallas Children's Choir

Calling children ages 8 to 15 years old

The South Dallas Children’s Choir is looking for passionate singers and performers of all backgrounds who are able to demonstrate strong musicianship. Singers should be able to demonstrate focused behavior as they are developing their musicality. 

Young Professionals Council


The Young Professionals Council of the African American Museum, Dallas celebrate, educate, and empower the next generationof leaders to display appreciation of the advancement of African American History and Culture.

Women's History Month Lecture Series

SATURDAYS, MARCH 2 - MAY 4, 2024, 2:00PM

Each of these lectures in this series is held at the AT&T Auditorium at the African American Museum and are free and open to the public.


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