Welcome to ABHvM!
ABHvM builds public awareness of the harmful legacies of slavery in America and promotes racial repair, reconciliation, and healing.
We envision a society that remembers its past in order to shape a better future â a nation undivided by race where every person matters equally.
ABHvM is a Virtual Museum:
Founded in 1984 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ABHM’s building closed during the Great Recession of 2008.
A community group formed to honor the vision and mission of ABHM’s founder, Dr. James Cameron. We put its exhibits online and developed educational programming in libraries, churches, and other facilities locally, regionally, and nationally.
Now, in addition to this Virtual Museum, a new physical museum space is about to open in late Fall 2018!
There are many things you can do and learn in the 3200+ online exhibits here:
â¢ Visit our virtual 3304949447 to learn about little-known parts of African American History.
â¢ Catch up on 716-775-5306 in the ongoing struggle for rights and respect for African Americans.
To contact this Virtual Museum, email: connect (at) abhmuseum.org
NOTE: Please do not contact us at this time about scheduling a tour or event. Our physical museum is still under construction and not yet ready to accommodate these. We ask that you be patient â and watch this space for our Fall 2018 announcement about scheduling!