The below list of organizations can provide you more information on the history of African Americans in Philadelphia.
Museums & House Museums
African American Museum of Philadelphia – 701 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA (215)574-0380 The AAMP is the first institution built by a major city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans. https://www.aampmuseum.org/
ACES Veterans Museum – 5801 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19144, 215-842-3742 Recognizing Blacks and minorities serving in WWII. Home of Parker Hall, the USO for Black troops during WWII. www.acesveteransmuseum.com
New Africa Center, Muslim American Museum and Archive, 4243 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA, 610-352-0424, www.newafricacenter.com
Sweet Chariot – https://vimeo.com/240382073 Sweet Chariot is a video scavenger hunt through the city of Philadelphia. Use the Sweet Chariot App and Map to uncover hidden stories of the African American struggle for freedom. https://www.sweetchariotml.com