The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture has two interesting and distinct exhibitions taking place until January 2012. The first is Malcolm X: A Search for Truth. This exhibition showcases Malcolm X’s various speeches, sermons, radio broadcasts, diaries, correspondence, and other documents handwritten by him. Visit this exhibition every day, except Sundays, until January 7, 2012. Click here to read more about Malcolm X: A Search for Truth.
In addition to the Malcolm X exhibit, the Schomburg is also paying tribute to world acclaimed artist and native son Romare Bearden. In Romare Bearden: The Soul of Blackness/A Centennial Tribute, the public will see the massive Bearden collection the Schomburg Center has been collecting for the past three decades. Visit this exhibition every day, except Sundays, until January 7, 2012. To learn more about the Romare Bearden collection, click here.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is located at 515 Lenox Avenue at 135th Street. Take the 2/3 NYC Subway to 135th Street!