The Wright Museum


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Now in its second year, the PANDA (Pan-African Nurturing Developing Association) game is an academic competition that combines history and entertainment.  Each game focuses on a topic and covers other historically significant events or people that were either happening at the time or had a direct relationship to the game topic. This year's topic is the Underground Railroad and Anti-Slavery Movement.  The five rounds are as follows:

Round 1 – Famous People of African and African-American Origins
Round 2 – All Things…
Round 3 – Speed Round
Round 4 – Geography
Round 5 – Blank Blank, the blank

Four schools are participating in the game day: Detroit School of Arts, Peterson-Warren Academy, Inkster High School, and Pioneer High School.

This event is FREE and open to the public.  A continental breakfast will be served at 8 am in the museum's multi-purpose room, followed by the competition in the GM Theater.

The PANDA games are made possible by the generous support of the DTE Energy Foundation.

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201-1443
(313) 494-5800
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