Historic Bronzeville Milwaukee (Museum Days With ABHM)
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A Unique experience where history and technology converge.
Join us! Learn about the work of historians at Milwaukee Bronzeville Histories and the tools they’ve created to offer an interactive virtual platform designed to enrich, expand, and share the history of local African American communities.
Enjoy demonstrations of the app and website which officially launched during Bronzeville Week in August 2022. Visitors are also invited to contribute to the preservation of rich local history by sharing their stories, pictures and reflections with historian and UWM PhD Candidate, Kitonga Alexander.
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