Since 1958 the Society has been actively engaged in seeking to preserve the papers, photographs, maps, artworks, publications, and artifacts which document the history of Minnesota's peoples of color. Listed below are a few examples of the many resources available to those who wish to study the history of African Americans in our state.
Among the Society's most important collections relating to African Americans in Minnesota are:
- Minneapolis Urban League
- Hallie Q. Brown/Martin Luther King Community Center
- Phyllis Wheatley Community Center
- The Way, Inc.
- St. Philips Episcopal Church, St. Paul
- St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church, Duluth
- Ladies' Aid Society of Pilgrim Baptist Church
- St. Paul Urban League
- St. Paul NAACP
- Credjafawn Social Club
- Ken Davis Products, Inc.
Also included are the papers of the following individuals: