America's Black Holocaust Museum, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a memorial museum dedicated to the history of the Black Holocaust in America. It was founded in 1988 by James Cameron, the United States' only known living survivor of a lynching.
The Griot Building was named for Dr. Cameron; "griot" is a West African term for an oral historian and news-bringer.
Dr. Cameron died in 2006. In 2008, the museum's board of directors announced that the museum would be closed temporarily because of reduced funding during the 2008 Great Recession. The 501c3 nonprofit Dr.
Official Website https://abhmuseum.org/
Address 2260 N 4th St, Milwaukee 53212, United States
Coordinates 43°3'36.665" N -87°54'56.869" E