A series of new signs have been made for the Baton Rouge African-American History Museum located at 538 South Blvd., and several went up, Tuesday, April 29, 2019, through the efforts of City Year Baton Rouge Impact Managers and volunteers, many of whom are AmeriCorps members. Formerly known as the Odell S. Williams Now and Then Museum of African American History, the museum showcases African-American contributors in various fields, rural artifacts, African art, and minority inventions. Its title is in the process of being changed to give the public a more comprehensive idea about the service it provides, said founder and curator Sadie Roberts-Joseph.Other signs included ones for P.B.S. Pinchback, a publisher and politician, Union Army officer, and the first African American to become governor of a U.S. state, and Oscar Dunn, who in 1868, became the first elected black lieutenant governor of a U.S. state. City Year's efforts were part of a monthly community service project that it selects, said one of its Impact Managers, Troy Chapman.