Muhammad Ali’s Biggest Fight

An Article by: Johnathan Allen, BSNM Social Media Intern Muhammad Ali’s Biggest Fight   On June, 20 1967 the great Muhammad Ali was convicted here in Houston, TX for violating the Service Act. This caused him to lose his boxer license for three years. Ali started is boxing career as

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Juneteenth

An Article by: Johnathan Allen, BSNM Social Media Intern Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, is the oldest known celebration of African American freedom. The name Juneteenth comes from the date itself, June 19th. In June of 1865 Major Gen. Gordon Granger led his union troops to Galveston, Texas to

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Roadrunner Journeys features Buffalo Soldiers Museum

Roadrunner Journey featured us on their blog. 

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New Houston monument honors overlooked Buffalo Soldiers of WWI

One the eve of both Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum and the French Veterans of Texas unveiled a new monument honoring black American soldiers who fought in WW I and returned to a nation unwilling to even

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Houston museum celebrates art inspired by black military contributions

The Houston Chronicle featured our MIA (Military Inspired Art) exhibit. Click here to read the full article   

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BSNM is featured on RHOA

Cynthia Bailey from Real Housewives of Atlanta came to Houston after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. One of the highlights were Cynthia and other RHOA cast members partnering with the BSNM to through a relief concert for those who were effected by the Hurricane. To some of the highlights visit

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KSAT Highlights the Camp Logan Mutiny

Thank you Deven Clarke and KSAT for bringing light to the tragedies at Camp Logan. For the full article please click here.

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Buffalo Soldiers Museum expansion debuts on Veterans Day

On Veterans Day, veterans, city officials, and guests gathered to celebrate the opening of the building’s third floor, the latest expansion of the museum.  To read the full article visit the Houston Chronicle. 

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