America’s Black Holocaust Museum

America’s Black Holocaust Museum was founded in 1988 in a Milwaukee, Wisconsin storefront by Dr. James Cameron, the only known survivor of a lynching. In 1992, Cameron acquired a spacious free-standing building, which he renovated and opened on Juneteenth Day 1994 with expanded exhibits. Since that time, the Museum has undergone significant changes, including losing funding and their building, developing a virtual museum and ultimately, obtaining a new space on North Avenue and 4th Street, where the museum is currently located. Join Osher on a guided tour of this unique museum, which describes and commemorates the Black Holocaust from pre-captivity in Africa to the present day. Visit the new facility in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville Culture and Entertainment District, learn about the history of the museum’s existence and the once-thriving Black neighborhood around ABHM, and explore the galleries on a guided tour that takes visitors on a chronological journey through the Black Holocaust from 1619 to the present.

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