The MB&W Collection is a beautiful museum scripted story that engages audiences of all ages.
It is a visual and interactive journey that melds music
and history through its vast holdings of Motown memorabilia and innovative/creative design.
However, it's the behind the scenes integrated story lines that provide insight into exactly what was
going on in America during her struggle to overcome racial inequality. "The Sound of Young America" helped create a crossover bridge for teenagers to hear the music and dance together.
Collection provides a rare inside view of those kids from Detroit that found music and each other within a Black record label that recognized talent, and not skin color.
MB&W begins in 1959; but incorporates
Motown's growth into its exhibit.