Contributing to the Cause
IBHM has identified the following area of emphasis to work collaboratively to strengthen the Black Community in Idaho. Historically, Idaho served as a unique opportunity for Blacks and our efforts will help ensure this continues. Continuing to contribute to the unique social fabric of Idaho. Using history and present day to illustrate how the Black Community is affected, and in many cases, the contrast between Idaho and national history.
Areas of Emphasis Within Our State :
Criminal Justice Reform
Access to Health Care Advocacy
Wealth Gap Education
This list will grow and evolve, but this is where we will begin. I thank you for your continued support of Idaho Black History Museum's mission.
IBHM Board President and Executive Director
Will reopen the week of June 14 with new hours
Housed in the historic St. Paul Baptist Church building and located in Boise Julia Davis Park. The museum presents exhibits and provides educational and community outreach programs including lectures, films, workshops, literacy programs, and musical performances.
The museum's purpose is to build bridges between cultures to explore issues that affect Americans of all cultures and ethnicity. Come by today.
508 Julia Davis Dr., Boise, ID, 83702
Telephone Number: 208-789-2164
Tours available for your organization by appointment. Please call or email.
Rental: Use the facility for your next event.
Rental Fee: $250
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Your donation allows the museum to keep its doors open and host events. Your support is appreciated.
Volunteers: The IBHM is always seeking volunteers. Contact us if you are interested in volunteering(click to submit inquiry).
IBHM Board Members: