The Arts

To cultivate and celebrate the African American and African culture and creativity by increasing offerings and resources that provide a link to the community.

To preserve the heritage and culture of African Americans by implementing and establishing programs, exhibits, and curricula that exemplify the significant contributions of African Americans in the community from the 1850’s to the present.

To ensure that Wisconsin citizens and tourists understand the united effort of people of different cultures in the cause of justice and freedom during the Underground Railroad era.

National Network for Freedom Underground Railroad Sites (NNF): Racine Protests Slavery

  • Racine Heritage Museum (Partner in Service)
  • Established Monument Square NNF Underground Railroad Historic Site: Joshua Glover Story, a Fugitive Slave
  • Established Dutton Warehouse NNF Site
  • Racine’s History preserved commemorating a united effort to respect the rights of all mankind

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