|Location||830 East Pratt Street |
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM OF MARYLAND AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE Latitude and Longitude:
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture is an African-American museum located at 830 E. Pratt Street in Baltimore, Maryland. Opened in 2005,  the museum is dedicated to showing the struggles for self-determination made by African-American Marylanders. The museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, and was named after Reginald F. Lewis, a wealthy African-American lawyer and businessman from Baltimore, whose foundation donated $5 million towards the museum's endowment and founding. Construction of the museum cost $34 million. 
Permanent exhibits include "The Strength of the Mind, Things Hold, Lines Connect" and "Building Maryland, Building America". Other facilities include an oral history recording and listening studio, a special exhibition gallery, a 200-seat theater auditorium, a classroom and resource center.  The museum is nicknamed "the Reggie".
- "Support the Museum." Reginald F. Lewis Museum. Retrieved August 17, 2016.
- Taylor, Asha (July 18, 2005). "Baltimore Celebrates Opening of Maryland Black History Museum Named For Late Business Tycoon Reginald F. Lewis". Jet. Retrieved August 17, 2016.
- Official Site
- Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture; A Slave Ship Speaks: The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie (JSTOR registration required)
- Mary K. Feeney, "Black History, Powerfully Displayed", Washington Post, September 2, 2005.
- Chris Kaltenbach, Lewis museum to open with `Slave Ship', The Baltimore Sun, June 2, 2005.
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