With regard to museums originally from Africans, the museum can see the bitterness of Africans trafficked around the world in ancient times. In addition, we can also enjoy the life style, culture and creative music and art of African Americans in the United States.
It's a small museum/art gallery located on the second floor of St. Regis hotel. It's small but chic.
I'm sure this museum during a full exhibition would be awesome, but I happened upon it while it was between exhibitions and only had a small wing available to visit. That said, what I did see was a series of powerful photographs, and it was free, so that was pretty cool.
The Smithsonian- affilated MoAD seeks to share the art and stories of African heritage with audiences frim around the world.
The Museum of African Immigrants in San Francisco is a historical museum dedicated to how African immigrants were trafficked to the Americas as slaves. It is a record of the tragic experiences of African Americans. There is also an exhibition on the origin of human beings, saying that Africans in Ethiopia were the earliest human beings to tell people that different races should be equal.