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Press Releases

As a new source of information about Black History in Warren County, we are drawing some attention!  Please look  at our latest press releases and thank you for your support!

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Black History Month Program 2023!!

Theme: Black Resistance


Chamber of Commerce Features BHMWC:

Here at Black History Museum of Warren County Tennessee, we are driven to do our part in making the world a better place. Since 2000, we have taken part in a wide range of activities that empower individuals and communities. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits. Are you ready to join us and create real transformation in the lives of so many?


BH Month Program 2022


From Idea to Reality: The Evolution of Black History Museum of Warren County Tennessee

Feb 20 2022

Pictured is our 2023 President Mickey Gywn (right) with our guest speaker Dr. Carmelita Dotson. Mr. Gywn is presenting our speaker with a plaque of appreciation. The event was attended by BLTV CHN6 as well as the Southern Standard newspaper.

Recent Publications

  •  First Column Top Left, Board members Marvin T. Lusk (President) , Ryan Moore, Wayne Wolford, & Rachel Killebrew finalize By-Laws just in time to mark MLK weekend of service.

  • First Column 2nd, Curator, Wayne Wolford accepts donation from Leadership Class, presented by Pipi Flanders, in their support of the Museum.

  • First Column 3rd, Check presented to the Museum from the Leonard Gwyn Jr Memorial Fund.

  •  First Column 4th,  (from L to R), Curator Wayne Wolford, Keynote Speaker Dr. Robert Owens, Pres. Marvin Lusk and his wife Henrietta Lusk at the First Annual Prayer Breakfast commemorating Dr Martin Luther King Jr.'s weekend of service with the NAACP Chapter.

  • Middle Column, Mayor Ben Newman and Wayne Wolford at the TownHall

  • Right Column 1st, Board members Mickey Gwin and Rachel Killebrew man the table where Mickey's book was being sold at the Town Hall as the Southern Standard filmed. His Book entitled, The rEVOLUTIONS of Michael Carson, is still available for purchase.

  • Right Column 2nd, Community leaders listen in at Town Hall to the history of Black Warren Countians and why the Museum is so important. 

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