Speakers & Events

–– Do you want a speaker to present to your organization about African American history, race, and racism?

–– Are you looking for an event to attend to learn more about such topics?

The Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation, which operates America’s Black Holocaust Museum, provides educational programs and events locally, regionally and nationally.

These programs include:

• Lecture/discussion series
• Intergroup dialogues and workshops
• Multimedia and panel presentations
• Book talks, and
• Arts and humanities events

To request a speaker for your group, please email our Griots To Go Speakers Bureau at info (at) abhmuseum.org.

To find an event, click on a month’s event exhibit below.



April 2017

Listing of community education programs presented by ABHM and open to the public in April 2017


Help Bring ABHM Home! Museum’s New Space Rises in Bronzeville

ABHM announces its restoration as a physical museum. A $1.5 million capital (building fund) campaign will enable the museum to be housed on its former site but on the ground floor of a brand new apartment building in Milwaukee’s historic Bronzeville neighborhood.