Coming Home!

Join the

CAMPAIGN FOR RACIAL REPAIR & RECONCILIATION

by helping

BUILD ABHM’s NEW MUSEUM

in the

GRIOT BUILDING

at 411 W. North Avenue in

MILWAUKEE’S HISTORIC BRONZEVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD!

Backstory…On Juneteenth Day 1988, America’s Black Holocaust Museum opened its facility in Milwaukee’s historic Bronzeville district. Thousands of schoolchildren and adults from around the world learned African American history within its walls. After its building closed in 2008, ABHM reinvented itself as an online museum serving millions of global visitors each year.

And now…The Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation is pleased
to announce that ABHM will soon be restored to a new building on the site of its original location – and you can help bring ABHM home!

CONTRIBUTE to our CAMPAIGN FOR RACIAL REPAIR & RECONCILIATION

by clicking the

HOW TO CONTRIBUTE link below:

 

Exhibits

Contribute to our Capital Campaign

Want to make a 1-click online donation? How about naming an exhibit, gallery, or program at ABHM? Hope to ensure our museum’s future? Learn how…

 

The History & Impact of ABHM

An overview of the impact ABHM has had locally, nationally and internationally since its founding in 1984 – as a museum with and without walls.

 

ABHM: A Key to Revitalization of MKE’s Historic Bronzeville

Restoring ABHM to the new Griot Building is a key element in the planned redevelopment of a block of abandoned buildings. The $17.4 million project led by Wisconsin’s only female and minority-owned development business, will transform the site into a vibrant mixed-use campus as a catalyst for the reestablishment of the historically black Bronzeville neighborhood’s culture and entertainment district.

 

Support for ABHM and the Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation

A sample list of our many organizational partners, collaborators, sponsors and supporters include businesses, advocacy groups, service groups, religious congregations, young professionals, fraternities and sororities, sports franchises, foundations, public officials, and individual donors.

 
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The Cameron Legacy-Builders Society

Members of the Legacy-Builders Society commit themselves to carrying the racial repair and reconciliation work of ABHM founder, Dr. James Cameron, into the future by making regular gift of support. Learn how to become a Legacy-Builder.