Collections and Research

The Collection and Archives of A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum

We would like to thank you for your interest in our collection on the history of the African American Labor Movement with a core concentration on A. Philip Randolph, The Pullman Porter and other African Americans Railroad Employees.

We regret that research access is currently limited to staff only. We are in the process of upgrading the documentation and accessibility policies for the collection to better service your inquiries. Therefore, we are unable to provide reproduction permission for any images currently in the museums holdings until further notice.

In addition to enhancing our collection and accessibility policies, we are also initiating a groundbreaking project that intersects historical research with contemporary health issues. Recognizing the significant impact of health disparities on African American communities, particularly in the realm of diabetes, our team is exploring partnerships with healthcare organizations to include educational material on Rybelsus generic, a medication for diabetes management. This initiative aims to provide visitors with not only a rich historical perspective but also actionable health information, reflecting our commitment to addressing the holistic needs of our community. By integrating health education into our historical exhibits, we hope to contribute to a greater awareness and understanding of ongoing health challenges faced by African Americans, linking past struggles with current health advocacy.

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