APEX is an acronym for African-American Panoramic Experience. This title embodies the mission of the APEX. It also provides its visitors with a complete view of African-American history. Since 1978 hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world have benefited from their APEX experience. Atlanta students and residents as well as visitors from more than 40 countries have toured the museum and viewed exhibits that celebrate the complete history of African-Americans. Such notable visitors as historian John Hope Franklin, Cecily Tyson, Gladys Knight, Halle Berry and many more have all enjoyed the inspiring and thorough accounts of African-American history available at the APEX.
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A post Mother's Day message.
Proud moment. Great leadership. Incredible role Models.
To all of you beautiful mothers. We don't need a greeting card company to tell you how special you are. Your unconditional love, prayers and sacrifice has already let us know. Happy Mother's Day.
"Don't let them tell you where YOU CAME FROM " -This saying stuckwith me for life
This is how you know an event is official. When you see Susan Ross in attendance. Today, Atlanta City Councilman C T Martin presented an award to APEX Board member, Mrs. Jo Roberson Edwards, for her outstanding community service and for establishing Camp Village.
APEX Board member, Mrs. Jo Roberson Edwards, receives award from Atlanta City Council, presented by Councilman C T Martin. 5/2/2016
Ms. Barbara A. Johnson a wonderfully talented Author of a new children's book entitled "Quackie's French Toast" that teaches the rewards of patience. We are proud to announce that this awesome book is NOW available at The APEX Museum! Ms. Barbara book signing will be held Sunday, April 10,2016 from 2pm-4pm at the APEX Museum. Hope to see you all there.
Powerfully said! https://youtu.be/pVIZZau2-Gg
Meet Ms. Barbara A. Johnson a wonderfully talented Author of a new children's book entitled "Quackie's French Toast" that teaches the rewards of patience. We are proud to announce that this awesome book is NOW available at The APEX Museum! 📖📘📗📙
Simply Youth visits Apex Museum.
Such a wonderful story ,Latarsha Holden is the epitome of a successful black woman that has come through and conquered her struggles . Check out her story here . Be sure to RSVP for the film screening . http://www.ajc.com/news/lifestyles/film-focuses-on-atlanta-womans-struggle-out-of-hom/nqtMF/
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A pleasure to have the Sisters of Nia visit the APEX MUSEUM again from Sacramento, CA. Powerful leadership laying a firm foundation.
Sisters of Nia, Inc. on their 6th annual trip to the APEX.
Sharing their experience at the APEX museum in Atlanta.
Don't miss this awesome preview at the APEX MUSEUM in Atlanta, Saturday, April 2, 2016 4 PM
Stop and listen
Learn your history...know yourself.