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Great displays, tons of information and wonderful personal tours by first the daughter of the founder and then the founder himself - Clayborn Benson! Museum is in a poorer area of Milwaukee but we felt very safe.
Love this place
Show coming up on the 17th of February. Definitely gonna check it out
A brief but significant look at the history of African American people in Milwaukee
Great place to have a event.
Great place to gain wisdom and knowledge about African American culture.
Really good people, working to educate people about a harsh history.
This organization needs a lot more donations & sponsorship. Lots of info there & is very interesting. More money for upkeep and a remodel is needed so Black American history in Milwaukee can be told properly.
An amazing place to visit, gather in, and connect with people.
I've come here many years. So many events and meetings. Most often I'm there for the Nefetari dance group, which practices there regularly. There are also community events. Attended Kwanzaa there, and it was very deep and infectious, I don't think there was anyone who was not feeling the good vibes. The museum display is very small, I would love to see it bigger. A nice community place
Centrally located for a wonderful experience of african American history
A jewel in the heart of the city!
I should get their!! 100%
Very Beautiful place, went to a book signing there
I like having an opportunity to know what my race has been through and accomplished.
Very interesting museum and quite a large collection of Wisconsin black history memorabilia. No admission fee. Please leave a donation to help keep this museum going.
I love the fact that there is a place that tells the history of Wisconsin concerning the black culture and history here in Milwaukee
Great material. Great staff
Waze always amazing the the cultural significance to our history the strengths thank you mr. Clayborn Benson
Excellent organization and much needed historical resource. Great for school groups.
Beautiful building, had a wonderful dialogue between community members and police officers
Very nice place to go visit not sure about the parking on the street if you got to pay or not
I was very nice loking at olf school history back in days
It was a nice time everybody was invited they had parking and there was street parking in handicap parking a church that was trying to get people together for no walkie
The Wisconsin Black Historical Society is a highly recommended place to frequent. It is a great cultural and historical learning experience for schools, individuals, or family trips. I've been there a number of times, including the annual Fresh Perspective Urban Heroes Art exhibit.
The founder Mr. Clayborn Benson is very knowledgeable and passionate about Black History. This is definitely a gem nestled in the heart of the community.
Give them a call and schedule a visit or during their regular hours. There is a parking lot in the rear of the building for your convenience. This museum is a cultural gem.
I visited with a friend while doing research for a project on Milwaukee history.
Very Cool Experience😍
Correct history & information is a plus. Informative!!!
Cool place for great historic venue
Cool spot to learn about history in Milwaukee. Lots of great pictures from the 60's and 70's amidst the civil-rights marches in the city.
This would have been a great time but wasn't very many people there
It's great to have an organization that focuses on what African Americans have contributed to Wisconsin
The sure awe of this place is amazing.
This is a great place to learn much history that will not be in your history book. Please donate to help programs through this organization grow!
My first time visiting and I'm definitely going to return 😍 to just soak it all in
The staff were friendly, inviting and knowledgeable. I felt like I was going on a journey in someone else's shoes for once and saw the way the world was in Milwaukee. It was so nice to see the exhibits and be able to ask my burning questions about my hometown. I've gained valuable perspective and I will come back to volunteer!
This past summer I visited America's Black Holocaust Museum with 70 of my closest relatives. No, I'm not exaggerating. There were several of us left back at...read this and 0 more