Idaho Black History Museum

508 Julia Davis Drive
Boise, ID 83702

208-433-0017

The Idaho Black History Museum is housed in the former St. Paul Baptist Church Building. St. Paul is one of two African American churches that were founded by Boiseans in 1909. St. Paul was built in 1921, and is one of the oldest buildings constructed by Idaho African Americans. When the St. Paul congregation moved to a new church in 1993, the historic church was donated to a preservation committee, which formed to save and restore the 72-year-old building.

Mission and Vision Statement:
The mission of the Idaho Black History Museum is to educate all people on African American history, art and culture, with emphasis in Idaho.

The Idaho Black History Museum builds bridges between cultures, breaks down barriers, and provides a safe haven to explore the African American experience

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