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Dr. James Cameron speaking at the ceremony in Washington on the occasion of the 2005 formal apology of eighty US Senators for failing to outlaw lynching.

Dr. James Cameron speaking at the ceremony in Washington on the occasion of the 2005 formal apology of eighty US Senators for failing to outlaw lynching.

The Milwaukee Area Technical College is hosting the first public ABHM exhibit on its campus in Downtown Milwaukee in honor of Black History Month. The exhibit, featuring the 2005 Senate apology for failing to outlaw lynching, is mounted on the 2nd floor of the building near the 6th and State Street entrance. It can be viewed through February 29, 2012.

This installation represents the first of several planned by America’s Black Holocaust Museum, which is currently in negotiations for short and long-term exhibit space in public and private buildings around Greater Milwaukee. To host an exhibit, contact dr.fran@abhmuseum.org.

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