Naming Opportunities for New ABHM Exhibits & Programs

 

BE PART OF THE SOLUTION!

 

JOIN OUR $7 MILLION CAMPAIGN

FOR RACIAL REPAIR AND RECONCILIATION

 To join, contact Karen (414-964-1843 or kcoyromano)

 

 

 Places & Programs Naming Opportunities

• (YOUR NAME) Fellowship for Civil Rights: $4 Million

Your tax-deductible gift creates an endowment fund to provide America’s Black Holocaust Museum with sustainable funding in perpetuity for leadership in racial repair and reconciliation.

• (YOUR NAME) Presents Bridging Past & Present: $1.5 Million

Your gift creates a high-tech educational immersion experiences for individuals/groups to include videos, virtual reality, touch screens, and opportunities to record their personal stories.

On Founder’s Day 2016, ABHM presented 3 historic anti-lynching one-act plays to over 500 people from around Greater Milwaukee.

• (YOUR NAME) Bronzeville Community Room: $750,000

This public gathering space will host ABHM’s performances, presentations, and special exhibits. It will also be available for rental by community organizations.

• (YOUR NAME) Presents ABHM’s Virtual Museum: $75,000

The ABHM online museum currently comprises over 3,000 exhibits. Scholars, curators, and student interns add new content every week. Your gift will help modernize, maintain, and grow this unique site.

• (YOUR NAME) Community Admissions Program: $25,000

Your tax-deductible gift supports daily museum admission for eligible individuals and families.

 

Exhibit Naming Opportunities 

• (YOUR NAME) presents Through One City’s Eyes: $50,000

Examines the complexities of how people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives live side by side in separate communities through the lens of the most segregated metropolitan area in the US.

JC in Beloit 1974_Troy Freund cropped

©1974 Photo courtesy of Tony Freund.

• (YOUR NAME) presents Tribute to Dr. Cameron: $25,000

Illuminates the extraordinary life and legacy of Dr. James Cameron, lynching survivor, autodidact, author, civil rights activist, and founder of the America’s Black Holocaust Museum.

• (YOUR NAME) presents The Middle Passage: $50,000

Reveals the realities of the largest forced migration in human history.

• (YOUR NAME) presents Cultures and Communities Before Captivity: $25,000

Displays the rich cultures of African societies leading up to European colonization and enslavement.       

Slave Auction 1855

• (YOUR NAME) presents From the Auction Block: $35,000

Interrogates the realities of the auction block and economics of slavery through an immersive, multi-media experience.

• (YOUR NAME) presents At the Hands of Persons Unknown: $25,000

Looks at one of the most traumatic aspects of African Americans’ post-slavery experience: the 100-year epidemic of lynchings.

• (YOUR NAME) presents We Shall Not Be Moved: $10,000

Tells under-told stories of the Civil Rights struggle and its accomplishments, including Milwaukee’s leadership role and national impact.

• (YOUR NAME) presents And Still We Rise: $10,000

Presents current events that shed light on African Americans’ ongoing challenges and triumphs.

• (YOUR NAME) presents Tools for Survival: $25,000

Celebrates the role music, the arts, and other cultural forms have played in the survival and resilience of the enslaved and their descendants through the centuries.

• (YOUR NAME) presents In This Together: $10,000

Weaves visitors interactively into the vast tapestry of individuals and institutions across the country and around the world working on the exposition of African American history and culture.


 

To discuss your naming opportunity, please contact

Karen Coy-Romano, Campaign Counsel

414-964-1843

kcoyromano (at) sbcglobal.net


 

To contribute to the cause in an another way, please consider these options:

• Click the button below to make an ONLINE DONATION*




• Become a member of our LEGACY BUILDERS SOCIETY.*

Thank you so much!

*ABHM is operated by the Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Unrestricted gifts are accepted at all levels and are tax-deductible.