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  • About Forgotten Images



    David and Sharon McLucas are the owners of Forgotten Images: A Traveling Educational Exhibit and Museum. Their exhibit features thousands of lost and forgotten artifacts that span two centuries of the African American experience in America. After spending nearly 20 years amassing a personal collection of Black History artifacts, the couple has taken their memorabilia on the road with an enormous responsibility; “We are standing on the shoulders of our ancestors, and we want everyone to see how far we’ve come”

    The Forgotten Images Traveling Educational Exhibit and Museum has been featured at schools, churches, and community events throughout Southern California. The Museum is home to more than 2000 items that span from 1600-2015. There are more than 30 themed areas in the constantly growing Forgotten Images exhibit. A sampling of themes found in the exhibit are African American artwork, sports memorabilia, military, literature, theater, music, dolls, Cook Chicken Inn era, Civil Rights Era, Ku Klux Klan, and extensive collections of Aunt Jemima memorabilia. The display highlights all phases of African American history, both positive and negative with the aim of instilling a sense of knowledge, awareness, and responsibility in everyone who comes in contact with the exhibit.

A Traveling Retrospective Of Black History.

Event Calendar

Here is a list of our upcoming Forgotten Images exhibitions.

  • 2015
  • 6 Feb 15

    Expo Arts Center

    Come Celebrate African American History at the Expo Arts Center February 6th [6-10pm], February 7th [11am-5pm] and February 8th, [11am-8pm]

    4321 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach Ca, 90807

  • 17 Feb 15

    Long Beach Community College

    Come Celebrate African American History ALL DAY at Long Beach Community College February 17th and February 18th, [11am-8pm]


  • 20 Feb 15

    City Of Carson

    Come Celebrate African American History in the City of Carson February 20th [5:30pm],


  • 21 Feb 15

    Aquarium of the Pacific

    Come Celebrate African American History at the Aquarium of the Pacific February 21st and February 22nd


  • 21 Feb 15

    NCNW Black History Program

    Come Celebrate African American History at the Signal Hill Community Center February 21st from 2pm - 5pm

    Address: 1780 E. Hill Street, Signal Hill, CA 90755

  • "...momentos that teach students to steer away from the guessing and mistakes of the past others."

    LBC Viking News

  • "...not only the bleaker aspects of the history of black America, from slavery to segregation and Jim Crow laws, but the more recent successes."

    OC Register

  • "Imagine emptying your house, putting everything in a truck and then putting it all together somewhere else. In a day."

    Press Telegram

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