Dew More seeks to foster civic engagement with historically marginalized peoples through innovative art-focused programming and community organizing via purposeful partnerships with community organizations, schools, and governmental agencies that foster empowerment, capacity for change, and community development.
Our Vision: Dew More aims to leave individuals and communities in a more actualized, engaged, and connected condition.
We acknowledge that all individuals and communities have a voice, potential for valuable contribution, and responsibility to actively engage.
We seek to amplify the voices of communities who have historically been marginalized and disenfranchised.
We work to empower communities with tools and resources that allow them to address their needs as well as benefit their growth and development.
We will not allow other entities to dictate the focus on DewMore programming and the fundamental goals of grassroots support.
We will only seek and accept support from organizations and entities that are consistent with organizational values.
The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum is among the nations most dynamic cultural and educational institutions. This unique museum, the first one of wax in Baltimore, Maryland and the first wax museum of African American history in the nation, is the brainchild of Drs. Elmer and Joanne Martin.