Tina Allen is no longer with us but her sculptures can be seen around the world.
Here are a few items from the Museum Of UnCut Funk collection that commemorate the accomplishments of three strong Black women who are Black History Icons.
There are several United States commemorative coins, medals and medallions that celebrate the lives and accomplishments of Black activists, athletes, educators, entertainers, inventors, leaders and patriots as well as seminal events and institutions in Black History. These coins, medals and medallions are a part of The Museum Of UnCut Funk Collection and are currently traveling to museums and cultural centers across the country as a part of our For The Love Of Money: Blacks On U.S. Currency exhibition. Anti-Slavery Tokens are also an important part of our collection and traveling exhibition.
For Immediate Release
April 28, 2009
REMARKS BY THE FIRST LADY
AT THE SOJOURNER TRUTH BUST UNVEILING
12:13 P.M. EDT
MRS. OBAMA: Thank you. Thank you so much. I’m not going to talk long because everybody has said just about everything that can be said. But let me tell you something, I am proud to be here.