The African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota
A non-profit dedicated to sharing the history of Black Minnesotans.
The African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota (AAICM) is dedicated to sharing black Minnesota history through exhibitions and events.
The African American Interpretive Center will be the preeminent space for the community to reflect on the black experience in Minnesota centered on themes of history, identity, culture, the arts, and community building.
We incorporate the history, stories and legacies of black Minnesotans in our exhibits in order to fairly represent the contribution that this community has made to Minnesota society.
We will remain dedicated to offering programs that allow our patrons to gain access to knowledge via traditional and community resources.
To explore and find a sense of self within our wider society.
To complete all work with the highest level of transparency and accountability to our community and the public.
Exhibitions and Events
1967: The Plymouth Ave. Rebellion
AAICM’s 1967: The Plymouth Ave. Rebellion explores the unrest that occurred on July 19-21, 1967 on Minneapolis' Northside via a photo/audio-visual exhibition.
Date: Feb. 9-23
Opening night: Feb.
Minnesota's Black Past in Photographs
WWI: The Black Experience
AAICM's Lindy Hop Fundraiser
You can help create a place for African American history in MN!
Spread the word about upcoming events! The Center can only grow with support and interest from all Minnesotans interested in the history of black people in MN.
Share your expertise! Are you a museum professional who has wisdom, people or resources to share? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch.
Donate! Donations will go toward funding future exhibits and events.
Send us a line and we'll get back to you in 24 hrs.