Introducing a New Way to Browse ABHM’s Online Exhibits

Self-Guided Tours

At America’s Black Holocaust Museum, our website serves as the virtual counterpart to the physical museum, which is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The backbone of our virtual museum is our online galleries that explore issues such as slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, Reconstruction, racial repair, and lynching, among other topics. In an effort to make…

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Milwaukee Bucks Black History Month Tip-Off

Milwaukee Bucks Black History Month Tip-Off

The Milwaukee Bucks will be highlighting Milwaukee’s Historic Bronzeville neighborhood and ABHM during the game on February 4th! ABHM staff will be on site to share about our founder, Dr. James Cameron, and the important work of the museum.

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Museum Community FREE Days

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We will offer two free admission days, sponsored by American Family Insurance, in February to celebrate the one year anniversary of the museum’s grand reopening—an unprecedented victory after a 14 year closure.

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Community Day on January 13th!

Please join us at ABHM on January 10th at 5 PM CT for a special screening of The Loyal Project followed by a panel discussion and reception.Visit the Network Health table for information and giveaways.

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ABHM Book Club Presents: The Three Mothers

The Three Mothers

ABHM Book Club Presents: The Three Mothers. In honor of the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we have selected a book that covers the 1960s Civil Rights Movement from a perspective long overlooked –that of the mothers of Dr. MLK Jr., James Baldwin, and Malcolm X.

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ABHM Membership Promotion

Ghosts of Segregation Image

There is still time to become an ABHM member and visit Charles Allis and Villa Terrace art museums for FREE on December 1st! As ABHM members, you will experience Ghosts of Segregation and Grounded free.

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