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Eric Key
Eric Key is Executive Director of The Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM). He received his Master of Arts degree in Museum Studies from Hanpton University, Hampton, VA. In his 22 year career he has held such positions as: Special Collections Library/University Archivist at Prairie View A&M University; Curator/Assistant Director at African American Museum, Dallas, TX; Assistant Curator of African American History for Dallas County Heritage Society, Dallas, TX. He has curated many exhibits, including "I REMEMBER: Thirty Years After the March on Washington: Images of the Civil Rights Movement 1963-1993" for the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Mr. Key is a member of several professional organizations such as Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, African American Museum Association and American Museum Association. You can contact Mr. Key at TKAAM, 316-262-7651; or by e-mail at: ekeyman@aol.com.
Articles Written By Eric Key
Cultural 1st-August-2002 Why is Liberia of more interest than others?
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