America I AM: The African American Imprint
Where:: National Constitution Center, Independence Mall, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia
When:: Noon-5 p.m. Sunday
What:: This is the final day of the 15,000-square-foot exhibit celebrating almost 500 years of African-American contributions to this country.
Among the many items showcased in the exhibit are the typewriter used by Alex Haley to write Roots; a first edition of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Malcolm X's diary and Koran.
Also featured are the door key to and a stool from the Birmingham, Ala., jail cell that held the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. when he wrote his famous "Letter From a Birmingham Jail"; and the robe that Muhammad Ali wore during the "Rumble in the Jungle."
The exhibit is touring and moves to Atlanta next.
How much: : Admission is $17.50, $15.50 for seniors and $9 for children ages 4-12.
What's nearby:: The exhibit is just a couple of blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
More information:: Call 215-409-6600 or go to constitutioncenter.org.