Results tagged with 'wisconsin black historical society'
Published Oct. 14, 2016
Artist George Gist slopped paint onto his brush and stroked it across the Wisconsin Black Historical Society's brick building at 2620 W. Center St., replacing the building's mural with a new one, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Sept. 16, 2016
Two of Doors Open Milwaukee's spotlight neighborhoods, Clarke Square and Sherman Park, are in Milwaukee's Central City this year. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service spotlights a few of the unique buildings and places to check out this weekend.
Published Aug. 28, 2013
A UWM professor, an MPS high school teacher and a group of Milwaukee teens find new meaning in the civil rights movement with the March on Milwaukee Civil Rights History Project online database.
Published Feb. 4, 2013
The fact is that some Americans don't really see Black History Month as all that big a deal at all; other than some re-broadcast of "Roots" or a week-long roster of "black movies" from Hollywood, there doesn't seem to be much urgency to keep the month in the forefront.
Published Aug. 20, 2010
This weekend, Africans on the Move will present the 22nd annual Garveyfest at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society. On Saturday, Garveyfest includes a parade, a children's corner, African marketplace, cultural showcase, music and spoken word performances.
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