Greater Washington Association of Financial Professionals (GWAFP)
Presents a Special Guided Tour of the
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Led by Dr. Bernard Demczuk
Date: August 10th, 2018
Time: 9am -12:30pm
Limit: 25 people
Location: 1400 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC
Join us on a private tour of this historic museum with a well renowned expert on African American studies and culture. Dr. Demczuk shares the history of the African American experience in the United States of America. The Tour will cover the lower three (3) lower floors of the museum and you are welcome to tour the upper floors after the guided tour ends.
Tickets will be on a “first come, first serve” basis. Sign up now!
About Dr. Bernard Demczuk:
Bernard Demczuk, Ph.D. is a 40-year+ DC resident living in the Shaw community where he has been active in community, corporate, academic, labor and government relations. He is currently the Assistant VP for DC government relations at the George Washington University where he has represented the university for 18 years. He is the university’s chief government liaison on all things DC. Additionally, Dr. Demczuk is Ben’s Chilli Bowl Historian, where he can be found each Saturday morning offering free history lessons on Black history and culture.
Dr. Demczuk holds a doctorate in American Studies and African American history and culture from GWU (BS, U. of Md.; MS, AU). He lectures widely on Black history and culture, labor history and governmental policy.