History. Culture. Art.
Ruby & Calvin Fletcher African American History Museum in Stratford, Connecticut.
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Schools and organizations are encouraged to make appointments. This is truly a worthwhile visit.
Learn From The Past
The exhibit is an opportunity to begin honest conversations regarding a rich and strong history which has historically been maligned.
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Scroll down for a small sample of the African American history you’ll find when you visit our museum.

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Africa - Beginning

In one of the most tragic events in human history, Africa and its coasts were heavily invaded by individuals from all across the world. Ships were filled with Africans of many different tribes and eventually sold as slaves.

Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade is believed to have forcibly displaced some 12.5 million between the 17th and 19th Centuries.

Plantation Life

Life on a Plantation was grueling and oppressive. African men, women, and children worked the fields from dawn to dusk under orders and supervision of White overseers.

The Greensboro Four

On February 1, 1960 four black students sat down at the segregated lunch counter at F.W. Woolworth Co. in Greensboro North Carolina.

General Admission

Adults: $10.00
Seniors: $8.00
Children: $5.00

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Museum Hours

Monday – 10AM–3PM

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday – 10AM–3PM

Thursday – 10AM–3PM

Friday Closed

Saturday – 10AM–3PM

Sunday Closed

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Stratford, Connecticut 06615


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