NARM Quarterly Summer 2020 - Page 4


Washington, D.C.


The Chinese American Museum in Washington, DC, is a bold undertaking, currently underway, to establish a nationally recognized institution that preserves, exhibits, and leads a meaningful dialogue about the Chinese American experience. CAMDC’s mission is to advance the understanding, knowledge, and appreciation of the Chinese American experience, by highlighting the history, culture, spirit and contributions of Chinese Americans to our nation and beyond. The Museum’s vision is to be a forward-looking, nationally recognized cultural, arts and education center for everyone. The Museum began as a concept in 2017 with the formation of the nonprofit Chinese American Foundation. By Fall 2017, the Foundation acquired a building and started renovations. The Museum is now operational, and housed in a 1907 Beaux Arts-style mansion in downtown DC, five blocks north of the White House.

Chinese American Museum D.C.

Negro Southern League Museum

Birmingham, Alabama


The mission of the Negro Southern League Museum is to present the history of African-American baseball in an unsurpassed manner by maintaining a world-class facility that recognizes the League’s impact on Birmingham, Alabama and the world of professional baseball. This understanding, along with the acknowledgement of the players’ ability to inspire people of all races and transcend barriers, establishes a blueprint for the Museum to evoke a broad-sense of community and create unparalleled cultural and educational experiences that acknowledge the past, embrace the present, and frame the future.

Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm

Wilmington, Delaware


With over 325 years of history in our small sliver of Northern Delaware, there’s much to learn about and explore. From the Swede’s Mill dating all the way back to 1677, to the construction of the Robert Phillips Farm, the explosion that was the Industrial Revolution and so much more. Once you step onto our property, there’s a sense of something special here.