Macon Library 361 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY11233 Built in 1907, the Macon Library is a two-story, Classical Revival building in Bedford-Stuyvesant's historic…More neighborhood. As a Brooklyn Public Library, Macon provides free resources and programming for the community. Additionally, the library hosts the African American Heritage Center (AAHC), with special research collections dedicated to Black history and culture, as well as the history of Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Weeksville Heritage Center 1698 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY11213 The Weeksville Heritage Center provides education and learning programs on free African American communities throughout…More Brooklyn. This cultural institution offers programming in art, history and the environment, with music performances, art gallery exhibitions and a farmer's market. Programs are available for elementary school students and research internships are available for older students.