Remembering Black Dallas is branching out from DFW for a historical occasion in United States History. They are leading a tour to enjoy the dedication services of the dedication of the new Smithsonian African-American Museum. The event is slated to include an appearance by President Barack Obama, the nation’s first African American president. The dates of the tour are Sept. 21 – 25 and will feature transportation, meals and tours of other notable venues in Washington, D.C.
George Keaton, Jr. President of Remembering Black Dallas will serve as the tour guide for the occasion. Recently profiled in the North Dallas Gazette, where he shared just a little bit of the vast knowledge he has gathered over the years about the African American history in the growing City of Dallas.
Guests on the trip will receive round-trip airfare; four nights at the Sheraton Suites-Old Town in Alexandria, VA; meals and motorcoach tours featuring African American historical sites, literary, artistic, entertainers and a complete overview of Washington, D.C. with an evening illuminated tour. There are several more special events planned. For more information about the historic trip visit the Events page at https://www.rbdallas.com.