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Members of the Milwaukee Turners Turn $4,000 Into a $16,000 Gift to Support America’s Black Holocaust Musuem
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Members of the Milwaukee Turners Turn $4,000 Into a $16,000 Gift to Support America’s Black Holocaust Musuem

The Milwaukee Turners, founded by abolitionists in the 1850s, is the oldest civic organization in Milwaukee and has been deeply committed to social justice since its founding.

Chris Abele Issues a $100,000 Personal Challenge Grant on Behalf of America’s Black Holocaust Museum
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Chris Abele Issues a $100,000 Personal Challenge Grant on Behalf of America’s Black Holocaust Museum

Written pledges submitted by February 25, 2019 can be paid through the end of calendar year 2021 (up to a 3-year pledge).

Some Final Memories of Civil Rights Era

Some Final Memories of Civil Rights Era

Community members share stories, make memes to remember civil rights history.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville
Eyes on Milwaukee

Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville

Actor Danny Glover and many local notables celebrate new development anchored by Black Holocaust Museum.

Preview the New Black Holocaust Museum

Preview the New Black Holocaust Museum

Actor Danny Glover featured in opening celebration of building housing museum and Griot Apartments.

Celebration set to honor late founder of America’s Black Holocaust Museum
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Celebration set to honor late founder of America’s Black Holocaust Museum

James Cameron’s life will be celebrated at Marquette’s Haggerty Museum of Art

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: The Rise and Fall of Bronzeville
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

The Rise and Fall of Bronzeville

At its peak in the 1930s to 1950s, it had quite a history.

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Groundbreaking for $17 million development and reopened Black Holocaust Museum.

A Hard Look at U.S. Racial History

A Hard Look at U.S. Racial History

Thousands of lynchings, one in Milwaukee. Experts convene at local museum.

Council Okays Garfield Development

Council Okays Garfield Development

City TID will help finance Bronzeville development including Black Holocaust Museum.

Milwaukee organizations awarded almost $30,000 to explore social problems
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Milwaukee organizations awarded almost $30,000 to explore social problems

Projects address racial tensions, political censorship and sustainable water use.

Doors Open: Sherman Park and Clarke Square
Doors Open

Sherman Park and Clarke Square

Doors Open Milwaukee showcases Sherman Park and Clarke Square neighborhoods.

MPTV and WUWM Collaborate on Sherman Park Special
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MPTV and WUWM Collaborate on Sherman Park Special

Both Radio and Television Formats to Air Throughout the Weekend of August 19-21 on MPTV and WUWM

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

New Maures Development complex could house it on ground floor, but details are scanty.

Funding for Bronzeville project is good news for museum
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Funding for Bronzeville project is good news for museum

Statement from Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs May 3, 2016

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