Latibah

Calendar

August 2017
M T W T F S S
« Dec    
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031  

Installations

During your visit to the LATIBAH Collard Green Museum, you will examine key historic periods and events that are symbolic of and caused changes to the culture of African Americans.

You will be able to analyze the historic changes; identify the influences impacting these changes; and determine the impact they had in American society with emphasis on North Carolina.

LATIBAH Collard Green Museum’s historical installations include the following outstanding time frames:

 

Pre-1600’s – Great Africa

kings-ankh-scepter

 

King’s Throne

Showcase of Traditional African Culture

Wall of Great African Ancestors

 

 

1600-1865 Diaspora Slave Trade / Slavery in the Americas

Slave ship bucket

     

  Enslavement Dungeon & Door of No Return

      Middle Passage

       La Amistad Slave Ship, Shackles of Freedom

       Antebellum Slave Cabin

 

1865-1900 Rural South / Reconstruction  

 

Religion – Brush Arbor

Lifestyle – Rural Front Porch

Education – Black School House Classroom

 
 
 
 

1900-2000’s New South

placeholder

     Cultural Infusion 1900-1940

           Juke Joint, Renaissance Beauty & Barbershop

     Community Heritage 1920-1970

           [In Development]

    Civil Rights Movement 1955-1975 

         Birmingham Jail & Dr. Martin  Luther King, Jr., Colored and White Bathrooms

         Black Power / Empowerment  Period 1975-2008

Commander-In-Chief / President Barack Obama 

LATIBAH Installation Definition – A visually created replication of a life size structure and or an assimilation of life size objects that expresses an artistic composite idea that is symbolic of life, times, places, and events in Black American History.

News & Events

LATIBAH Tours!

LATIBAH Tours! LATIBAH Tours!
All Aboard...LATIBAH Tours is ready to come to a neighborhood near you.   LATIBAH is touring its collection of life-size installations throughout the Charlotte community. A reflection of African American history and culture, the installations mirror our most persevering triumphs while educating about our deepest traumas.  The goal is to make African American history and culture familiar and accessible to all -  beginning in our home of Charlotte, we are reaching out to local neighborhoods.
Read More ...

LATIBAH’s “Great Escape” Exhibit @ the Mosaic Lawn

LATIBAH’s “Great Escape” Exhibit @ the Mosaic Lawn LATIBAH’s “Great Escape” Exhibit @ the Mosaic Lawn
The bloodhound Slave Catchers became the Law hunting the Enslaved and harshly punished anyone daring to help. Despite this, a determined and diverse secret community risked their lives for the Greatest Escape ever, the Underground Railroad. See the secrets of the Underground Railroad as LATIBAH brings History and Art to Life! "The Great Escape" is LATIBAH's signature exhibit comprised of 8 true to life murals depicting the most complex and intimate portrayal of the Underground Railroad.
Read More ...

Follow Us

Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Youtube