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Brewers Community Foundation Provides Free Admission to America’s Black Holocaust Museum in Honor of Founder’s Day, Feb. 25


By - Feb 20th, 2024 02:50 pm

MILWAUKEEBrewers Community Foundation (BCF), the charitable arm of the Milwaukee Brewers, in partnership with America’s Black Holocaust Museum (ABHM) announced today that in honor of founder Dr. James Cameron, Brewers Community Foundation will provide free admission to the museum on Founder’s Day, Sunday, Feb. 25.

As part of the ongoing partnership and support, BCF will also assist with ABHM’s 2024 membership drive. The support will provide new opportunities for community members to experience the museum and learn more about the rich cultural heritage and adversities that are an integral part of our country’s history.

America’s Black Holocaust Museum was founded in Milwaukee by Dr. James Cameron in 1988, a man who dedicated his life to promoting civil rights, racial unity and equality. Over the past three decades the museum has seen a closure, reopening, and today, continued growth in a new space that debuted in 2022.

“We are honored to help America’s Black Holocaust Museum celebrate its founding during Black History Month,” said BCF Executive Director Cecelia Gore. “The opportunity to provide complimentary admission on Founder’s Day and further support their membership drive will help community members experience the museum and learn more about Black Heritage here in Milwaukee, and across the country.”

About Brewers Community Foundation
Brewers Community Foundation harnesses the pride, passion and commitment of Brewers fans, players and other supporters to positively impact the lives of children and their families in the Greater Milwaukee area and throughout Wisconsin. Over the past decade, BCF has generated more than $55 million to support local non-profits in the areas of health, education, recreation and basic needs. Approximately 200 non-profit organizations receive funding annually through the Foundation’s initiatives. Visit to learn about ways you can join the team that goes to bat for those in need.

NOTE: This press release was submitted to Urban Milwaukee and was not written by an Urban Milwaukee writer. It has not been verified for its accuracy or completeness.

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