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Sankofa African American 3D Museum

The First 3D Museum in this country and around the World

CBS4’s Bobeth Yates spoke with Lawrence Walker, the founder of The Sankofa African American 3D Museum.

Sankofa is a word in the Akan Twi & Fante languages of Ghana that translates to “retrieve” (literally “go back and get”).

Lawrence E. Walker, President/CEO

Lawrence E. Walker is making the 3D museum come to life by showcasing 4 levels of exhibits, a bookstore, a gift shop, a live café with promotes local restaurants, and a theater to watch movies and learn lectures (2nd Phase) on African American History which is American History. We are providing the opportunity for all to study the fundamental natures of knowledge, reality, and existence while focusing on academic discipline in African American history, K-12, Colleges, Universities, Museums, Libraries, Organizations, and Companies, across the country, and around the world online.

The exhibition tells the stories and highlights the culture from the beginning of slavery to the end. Socioeconomic factors and contributions, such as women fighting in World War II, provide insight and inspiration. One of the focuses is on the History of Slavery and the Underground Railroad in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania from the 1600s to the 2000s, with achievements spotlighted regardless of race or nationality. “Our goal is to educate the youth of all ages, K-12, colleges, universities, and worldwide history buffs — Lawrence E. Walker, 2022.″ To learn more about Sankofa African American 3D Museum go to the link below: ℗ is your source to learn about the broad and beautiful spectrum of our shared History.