Moss Kendrix was known as the father of Black Public Relations, a prominent figure who founded the Moss H. Kendrix Organization in Washington, D.C. in 1948 to promote diversity in advertising. An archive of over 900 photographs detailing Kendrix’s life’s work and contributions to society is maintained by the Alexandria Black History Museum. That collection is now part of the Virginia Association of Museum’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts contest. Continue reading “Save Moss Kendrix Collection Of Alexandria Black History Museum”
Located in the historic Parker-Gray neighborhood, at 902 Wythe St., the Alexandria Black Museum documents the contribution of African Americans to Alexandria’s history and culture from 1749 to the present.