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Pictures from PAST EVENTS

National Black Home Educators

Annual Convention

Marriott Hotel,

Baton Rouge

The Principia School

St. Louis, MO

North Park

Canyon Country, Calif.

A.Place.org serving the Baytown, Texas community

Winbourne Elementary

Baton Rouge , LA

Martin L. King, Jr. Community Center

East Baton Rouge Parish, La.

PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES

SUPPORTING STUDENTS

(P.A.S.S.) Event

Franklin, La.

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Ninth District Convention

Baton Rouge River Center

Charity Christian Academy

Baton Rouge, La

Dufrocq Elementary

East Baton Rouge Parish, La.

Cheryl Ford, Director of Martin L. King, Jr. Community Center, Brother Umar, and

Newly-elected Louisiana Sate Representative C. Denise Marcelle

East Baton Rouge Parish, La.

ONE LOVE FOUNDATION

Toronto, Canada

A.PLACE.ORG

Sponsored Annual 3-Day event

J.D. Walker Community Center,Tx

The Principia School invited students from surrounding areas to experience the Traveling Black Inventions Museum on display at their St. Louis campus.

Michael Jackson’s invention

is always a favorite!

Students from the Indira Mura Institute and Brother Umar collaborated with

Ms. Cheryl Ford and the Martin L. King, Jr. Community Center to host a

a BLACK INVENTIONS MUSEUM tour stop at

CAPITAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Baton Rouge, La.

Educational Development Outreach Centers, Inc. has annually sponsored the the traveling exhibits, underwriting the expenses for under-served school districts and private organizations to experience our presentations.

Visit www.edocnow.org to donate and help promote positive images of diverse cultural heritage.

Bluebonnet Library

East Baton Rouge Parish, La.

Clifton Chenier Center

Lafayette, La.

Author and Community Organizer, Ms. Sherry T. Broussard of  SCCE, Inc. is pictured with the Bey family  of BISM, Inc. Queen Mother JAHmilah Sekmet and Goddess Nwt Rico  at the annual cultural celebration.



A.PLACE.ORG sponsors

Children and Elders studying the wonders of innovation.

A.PLACE.ORG is a non-profit organization founded by Mr. Jewette Johnson


Winbourne Elementary

Hosted a Poster Fundraiser.

The school earned over $1,140

in less than a month!

Students won iPods and teacher won Gift Cards!

Ended with a PIZZA PARTY!

Thanks to Mrs. Carolyn Reed of

Reed and Reed Consulting, LLC


For your Fundraiser contact us at:

email@theblackinventionsmuseum.org

Polk Elementary

Los Angeles African Marketplace & Cultural Faire

@ The Los Angeles Coliseum

Brother Umar thrives to inspire future engineers and scientists in

collaboration with P.A.S.S.

in Franklin, La.

Thank you Mayor Harris for all your

Support and Encouragement!

SCCE Program, Inc.

http://www.lacsprograms715.org

Sponsors an annual program each February for the Lafayette and central Louisiana community that is always well attended and well received.

Lake Area New Tech

Early College High School

Great leadership and facility,

Professional staff, positive students.


“Nobody told us the road was gonna be easy..”


Clear evidence education is on the

rise in Greater New Orleans.

New Orleans, La.

Black Inventions Museum on Tour in Jamaica

Hosted by Isa Phillips,  2009 National Champion, 2008 olympic hurdler, and co-founder of

the Jamaica Championship Program

BISM, Inc. was honored to visited several institutions during our tour including:

Kingston High School




& Isa’s beloved Alma Maters


Shortwood Practicing School

&

St. Andrew Tech High School (STATHS)

IN HIS HANDS BAPTIST CHURCH

Pastor Marvin Parks and Brother Umar with their Lovely  Queens during our 2016 Celebration wth the Congregation.

IN HIS HANDS BAPTIST CHURCH

BATON ROUGE, LA

Vanguard Educational Services

Dr. Toni Simms Muhammad and Brother Umar during the

State of Black America Symposium

Univ. of Louisiana @ Lafayette

NEW HOME FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER

BATON ROUGE, LA.


Pastor Samuel R. Blakes and the church family

Warmly welcomed the Museum Tour

Special thanks to Dr. Susan Thorton and Sister Anita H. Green

for organizing an awesome program.

Click Below to

Download a PDF of the

Presentation Agreement


BISM_TOUR_CONTRACT.pdf


To Secure your Tour Dates


Tangipohoa African American Heritage Museum

Grambling State University Students

Tour and research the black innovation

with Isa Phillips and Umar Bey of BISM, Inc.

Tangipohoa African American Heritage Museum

1600 Phoenix Square, Hammond, LA

www.taahm.org

A world class museum and archive featuring

A Salute To Black Inventions Exhibit Hall

Brother Umar has been touring for nearly 30 years. Here, at home in the Los Angeles area. Feb.1993