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PGAAMCC News Archives:

SuperNatural Festival celebrates hair, heritage and hope

Written By: Anna Walker, Published on: July 17, 2019

Publisher: Hyattsville Life and Times

PGAAMCC is hosting a Natural Hair Festival

Written By: Corrin Jones, Published on: July 15 2019

Publisher: WJLA

PGAAMCC Observes Black History, Culture During Juneteenth Celebration

Written By: Jessica Ricks, Published on: June 23, 2019

Publisher: PG Sentinel

Quest Skinner’s “Unsecured funds for Unsecured fun”

Written By: Sidney Thomas, Published on: May 9, 2019

Publisher: Washington City Paper

Maryland’s Gateway Arts District has swelled into a cultural destination. Here are 4 places to visit while you’re there.

Written By: Stephanie Williams, Published on: May 8, 2019

Publication: Washington Post

Championing Social Justice Through Art

Written By: Camilla Velloso, Published on: May 2019

Publication: Hyattsville Life and Times

Quest Skinner’s Art Illuminates the Soul

Written By: Jessica Ricks, Published On: February 18, 2019

Publication: PG Sentinel


Holiday Party Celebrates Black History 

Written By: Jessica Ricks, Published On: December 12, 2018

Publication: PG Sentinel


PGAAMCC Celebrates its Fourth Annual Family Day, Spread Awareness 

Written By: Jessica Ricks, Published On: June 20, 2018

Publication: PG Sentinel


At Prince George’s African American Museum, A New Exhibition Connects D.C.’s Past to the Present

Written By: Laura Irene, Published On: March 9, 2017

Publication: Washington City Paper


Local Museum Revives Spirit of ‘Chocolate City,’ Preserves History and Culture

Written By: Andrea Blackstone, Published On: March 21, 2017

Publication: PG Sentinel


DC May No Longer Be “Chocolate City,” But This Exhibit Is Keeping the Name Alive

Written By: Rosa Catargena, Published On: April 26, 2017

Publication: Washingtonian


Making a Space for Ourselves: Black Women and the Power of Art + Community

Written By: Ravon A. Ruffin, Published On: October 2017

Publication: DIRT Mag


Tell the Truth About Me: Rated PG Black Arts Festival

Written By: Angela Carroll, Published On: November 1, 2017

Publication: Bmore ArtMag


News Segments

News 4 Your Community Black History Month Event

Molette Green and Monica Montgomery – February 21, 2019

Prince George’s County: How a community grappled with racism to become a destination for African-Americans

WUSA9- March 15,2019

Kwanzaa Celebration

CTV- December 28, 2018

Visiting the Prince George’s African American Museum

WUSA9 – February 9, 2017

Chocolate Cities exhibit at Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center

WJLA Good Morning Washington – February 28th 2017

Free festival features dynamic women-centric lineup

WUSA9- October 2, 2017

News4 Your Sunday: Rated PG Black Arts Festival

NBC4- Oct 4, 2017

News4 Your Sunday: The Importance of Black Art

NBC4- Mar 26, 2018