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News & Events


Women of Note Banquet Women of Note Book currently available. Purchase your book now!



Bang No More!





Amistad Saga: Reflections

Postponed until further notice due to facility renovations.


H Welcome To Our Site

The African American Cultural Complex museum has a unique collection of artifacts, documents and displays of outstanding contributions made by African Americans that are housed in several buildings along a picturesque nature trail. There is no admission, however donations are welcomed. The museum is open by appointment only, so make your call today!


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" The African American Cultural Complex makes people aware of contributions by African Americans to NC and America through structured educational programs."

Dr. Elliott B. Palmer, Chief Executive Officer, Museum Operations and Development
Mrs. Juanita B. Palmer, Program Coordinator, Scheduling and Planning


Women of Note A luncheon to induct African American women that have made outstanding contributions to the community. We would like to thank everyone for making the luncheon a success. The long awaited "Women of Note Series" book is available! /MORE


Purchase your AACC Women of Note book now (click here to buy)!


Bang No More! Presented by AACC & HOUSE Theatre Group

A teen joins a street gang only to find that everything has it's price when
something goes horribly wrong. The story entertains, teaches and
brings hard-core awareness to street gang and street gang violence.
This play is rich with humor, action, spirituality and education, all of
which brings this story climatic, profound and awakening conclusion! The show schedule to be determined. /MORE


THE AACC Presents The Amistad Saga: Reflection"

The AACC's production of "The Amistad Saga: Reflections" will not be held as scheduled due to weather damage and normal wear of the facilities. The 2013 season will give way to repairs, renovations and planning for a bigger and better production. Watch for the 2014 announcement!./MORE


Collections National Education Association (NEA) collection, African-American Folk Music collection and collateral from the first African-American Patrolman of NC are some of the collections held at the AACC. These collections reflect important shifts in race relations and during a period of great social political activism in our history. /MORE

AACC Programs The AACC has a number of programs that occur throughout the year such as the Independence Festival or The Hall of Fame (Distinction). We have listed some of the key programs. Don't hesitate to call or email regarding any other programs in which you might be interested. /MORE


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African American Cultural Complex
119 Sunnybrook Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27610-1827



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The AACC was selected by the Library of Congress as a "Local Legacy" during the Smithsonian's 200th Birthday Celebration.