From Afro Comb to the Crown Act

From Afro Comb to the Crown Act

San Bernardino, CA – The San Bernardino County Museum will present, “The Afro, A Historical View: From the Afro Comb to the Crown Act beginning Thursday January 30, 2020 and extending through March 1, 2020. There will be a museum member reception on Thursday, February 6 beginning at 5:30 p.m.  

The exhibit, curated by Leah Goodwin, tells the story of barber, Dr. Willie L. Morrow, creator of the Afro Pick comb and author of 400 years Without a Comb. The exhibit includes artifacts that document the story of this beauty phenomenon and features artworks by renowned African American artists Ernie Barnes and Albert Fennel. For more information about the exhibit visit http://www.sbcounty.gov/museum.

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