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Choir in front of George Washington Carver High School (McCullock Bros. Collection/ ASU Archives), undated.

The Carver Museum has been and will continue to be a positive force for diversity and inclusion within Arizona and beyond.

For nearly twenty years, we have provided educational opportunities to the community. We recently took significant measure to broaden our cross-cultural ventures and expand community partnerships to ultimately present an extensive offering of programs that edify, educate and entertain.

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The Carver Museum has been and will continue to be a positive force for diversity and inclusion within Arizona and beyond. For nearly twenty years we have provided educational opportunities to the community. We recently took significant measure to broaden our cross-cultural ventures and expand community partnerships to ultimately present an extensive offering of programs that edify, educate and entertain.

Somethings are better spoken by those who lived them. Our very own Calvin Goode speaks on the “Living History” of Carver in a Sonoran Living Interview w/ Susan Casper.

Serving our community since 1986.

By the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt not for profit public charity recognized by the IRS.

The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center is located at 415 E Grant Street in Phoenix Arizona. All donations are tax-deductible and support the operations of the facility.

Tax Identification number 86-0472920.

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