The African American Education Archives and History Program (AAEAHP) and the African American Museum are proud to launch the Digital Interactive Wall Project (DIWP) to display the history and historic contributions of African American educators and others in Dallas County. Visitors will be able to search for information and filter it for specific individuals and topics to unlock the content of AAEAHP’s archives at the African American Museum. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, the primary goal of the Digital Interactive Wall Project is to provide a comprehensive learning is $250,000 to support the development, installation and Digital Interactive Wall Project (DIWP).environment that is developmentally appropriate, intriguing, enticing, and memorable for visitors’ Pre-K to Adult.
Have a piece of history to contribute?
Contribute to our program by submitting a piece of history to display on our digital wall. For more information, call Dr. Alfred L. Roberts, Sr. (214) 478-7228 or Ms. Gwendolyn Brantley at (972) 298-6980. Or use the contact form at the bottom of the page to make an inquiry.
Hall of fame program
Reserve a Table at the HOF Luncheon
Would you like to attend the next Hall of Fame ceremony? Reserve a spot for you and your group by purchasing tickets to the special luncheon.
Honor an Individual or Memory
Has a Dallas County educator impacted your life? Recognize them with an “In Honor/In Memory” line on our Hall of Fame ceremony program.