Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

What We Do

The Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum dba AADCCH is the only institution in Hawaii devoted exclusively to documentation of the early settlers’ African descent life & their descendants in history and culture in the Hawaiian Islands for two hundred years.

The goal is to engage audiences (old and young), and to collaborate with local museums and educational institutions to share inner cultural histories in Hawaii.

Who We Are

We are a culturally diverse people of Africana ancestry embracing and claiming our Hawaiian heritage. Synergism is the common thread and fabric of our Hawaiian connectivity.

The Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum is the only institution in the Hawaiian islands that exclusively documents the history about the Africana amalgamation contributions and their descendant’s life beginning around 1750.

In collaboration with community partners (DOE, ClimbHi, Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, Hawaii Judiciary History Center, Hawaii Council of Humanities and island wide community events to engage the public to learn about the diverse cultures in the island state.

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Cause Areas

Cultural Preservation, Education & Training, Civics & Politics