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PAIR Center Outing: Black Healthcare Studies Exhibit

December 9, 2022


Members of the PAIR Center visited the Black Healthcare Studies exhibition at the African American Museum of Philadelphia (AAMP). Our experience was deeply rewarding, in large part to the immersive and engaging tour led by docent Morgan Lloyd.

Founded in 1976, the African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) was the first institution funded and built by a major municipality to preserve, interpret and exhibit the heritage of African Americans. Programs that educate communities on the Black experience – like the Black Healthcare Studies exhibit – push us to reflect on the larger social justice issues that continue to persist in our country.

We are grateful to Morgan Lloyd for amplifying the stories of the Black Americans celebrated at the AAMP, a key first step in addressing social injustice.

Read more about the exhibit here!

Photo of Adina Lieberman and Morgan Lloyd inside the African American Museum in Philadelphia
Adina Lieberman and docent Morgan Lloyd.
Twelve PAIR Center faculty and staff pose for a group photo inside the African American Museum in Philadelphia
PAIR Center faulty and staff at the exhibit.