The Texas African American Museum is a new Museum located in Tyler, Texas. The City of Tyler recently donated the former fire station located at 309 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Funds are being raised for renovations.
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The Texas African American Museum is a program under the auspice under Empowerment Community Development Corporation. The Texas African American Museum was established October 2016. The mission of the museum is to preserve African American History ranging from Tyler, Texas, the State of Texas and national.
November 2020, the City of Tyler, Texas donated the former fire station a facility that is over 5,000 square feet and sits on approximately 1.8 acres at 309 W. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. to Empowerment Community Development Corporation a 501(c) organization with focus on Education, Arts, Tourism, Veteran Services, Scholarships, Grants, Youth Mentorship, History Preservation, Community Development, Housing and Economic Empowerment whose mission is to engage in community development activities that provide resources to educate, equip & empower individuals, families & communities. The funds will be used to renovate, remodel and do necessary repairs.
Thanks to ERI Consulting, Inc. for conducting asbestos testing on the museum. The is neccasary to comply with city code.
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