Carver Museum and Cultural Center

We take you inside the Carver Museum and Cultural Center in downtown Phoenix, which is the subject of a $5 million renovation campaign. The center was originally Carver High School, a segregated school founded in 1926. The school has since become a cornerstone preserving the rich history of the school and African-American culture in Phoenix.

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