RSVP for National Museum of African American History Guided Tour

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This year's Winter Forum includes a guided tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday morning, Feb. 9, with *Rev. Dr. Brad Braxton. (Tour will take place before the museum opens at 10am; specific tour time will be announced soon.) We have 40 tickets available on a first come, first served basis for our FBC family plus another 20 tickets reserved for our brothers and sisters at Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. Deadline for reserving tickets is Monday, January 28 at noon. We must send our final list of names to the museum that same afternoon.

We will meet at the museum that Saturday morning, take the guided tour together with Brad Braxton and our friends from NSBC, then all are welcome to continue touring on your own or in groups for as long as you like. The museum closes at 5:30pm.

Parents, if you want to know ahead of time what your children will experience at the museum, these articles may be of help:
https://www.stayarlington.com/blog/how-kid-friendly-is-the-smithsonians-african-american-museum/
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/for-parents-and-children-difficult-history-at-african-american-museum/2016/09/18/19ed0efa-7c3b-11e6-ac8e-cf8e0dd91dc7_story.html?utm_term=.df078d266933

Please note: These plans are subject to cancellation if the government shut-down is still in effect. Please continue to pray for all whose lives are affected by this situation.

*Rev. Dr. Brad Braxton, Director of the Center for the Study of African American Religious Life (CSAARL) and the Supervisory Curator of Religion at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.