DYNAMIC RANGE: Photographs by Bill Tennessen

Discover the rich tapestry of Milwaukee through the lens of Bill Tennessen at the Haggerty Museum of Art, situated within Marquette University. Mr. Tennessen’s extensive documentation of life in Milwaukee since 1981 is showcased, providing a compelling and diverse narrative of the city’s evolution.

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Blackity Black Holiday Market

2023 Blackity Black Holiday Market

Hosted in conjunction with The African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, Historic King Drive BID and We Got Soul MKE as market partners, this market is open to all and will delight the senses as we celebrate community and move forward into our Holiday Season.

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Taking A Ride: Our Time Together Bus Tour

Our Time Together

On our tour (which has been a year in the making), we will learn more about the Black community’s rich history in Milwaukee, centering on the compelling stories of Black women from our city and the importance of archives. 

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Lynching Site of George Marshall Clark Is Dedicated With Official Marker

Lynching site of George Marshall Clark

Local officials, area leaders, and community members gathered in the Third Ward of Milwaukee County to honor George Marshall Clark, a victim of racial violence who was lynched on September 8, 1861. The dedication ceremony was organized by the Milwaukee County Landmarks Committee, part of the Milwaukee County Historical Society, and marked a vital step forward in acknowledging the past, promoting social justice, and preserving the memory of George Marshall Clark.

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Gallery Night MKE: Nō Studios

Gallery Night MKE: No Studios art

Featuring the work of MalVy Westbrook, Kamari Green and Dré Black. Nō Studios will be participating in the Historic Third Ward’s Gallery Night MKE. There will be an open house throughout our first floor Gallery + Skyline rooftop. All ages are welcome!

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Cultures & Communities Film Festival & The Space Race

2023 Cultures & Communities Festival

Guided by principles of cultural inclusivity, The 2023 Cultures & Communities Festival, held in Milwaukee from October 5th – 12th, is an eight-day convergence of groundbreaking films, distinguished speakers, and public forums designed to amplify diverse cultural expressions and celebrate community, convening multicultural, intergenerational audiences across southeastern Wisconsin through engaging events and compelling public conversations.…

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Nontombi Tutu Speaks in Milwaukee

Nantombi Tutu

Nontombi Tutu is known for bringing attention to how we can heal as individuals and as a society. She will be speaking from 3-5pm, Saturday September 23rd, at the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee.

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Nontombi Tutu Speaks

Nantombi Tutu

Nontombi Tutu is known to bring attention to how we can heal as individuals and as a society. She will be speaking from 3-5pm, Saturday September 23rd, at the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee.

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