Mobile black history museum to make 3-day tour of Wisconsin this weekend
American Legacy's "Know Your History" Mobile Truck Exhibit will have a three day three stop tour throughout Wisconsin.
MILWAUKEE – Today, Senator Lena C. Taylor announced an extensive partnership that will bring American Legacy’s “Know Your History” Mobile Truck Exhibit on a three day three stop tour throughout Wisconsin. The truck converts to a traveling museum filled with photos, stories, and interactive learning stations that celebrate the African- American experience. The 18-wheel trailer transforms into a nearly 750 square foot black history museum focusing on the milestones and newsmakers of the 19th and 20th centuries. The truck contains artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, and art that thematically mirrors American Legacy magazine.
WHAT: American Legacy Magazine’s Mobile “Know Your History” truck three-day tour.
Stop #1: Friday, February 20, 2016 from 9am – 3pm @ Oak Hill Correctional Facility.
Stop #2: Saturday, February 21, 2016 from 11am – 6pm at Friendship, Inc
2245 W. Fond Du Lac Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53206.
In addition to the history exhibit, Molina Healthcare and other partners will provide free community health and dental screenings at this stop.
This bus stop will be followed by the stage play “The Making of a Modern Day Slave” produced by Voices of a Fatherless Child.
Stop #3: Sunday, February 22, 2016 from Noon – 5pm @ Lincoln Hills Juvenile Correctional Facility.
PARTNERS: Senator Lena C. Taylor, PKSD Law Offices, Universal Companies, WNOV 860 “The Voice,” Voices of a Fatherless Child, Molina Healthcare and Educate Star Foundation.
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