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The Milwaukee Museum Mile (MMM) is a joint effort of five arts and cultural museums located on Milwaukee's historic East Side, to create a simple and more affordable way for visitors to access and enjoy multiple museum experiences, while promoting Milwaukee's East Side as a destination to both residents of and visitors to our city.

The museums are located within a comfortable walking distance of each other—along N. Prospect, N. Wahl and N. Terrace Avenues—and offer visitors the opportunity to discover Milwaukee's hidden museum jewels and experience the history, architecture, culture and art that have come to define our city.

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Milwaukee Museum Mile

Charles Allis Art Museum ▪ Jewish Museum Milwaukee ▪ Saint John’s On The Lake ▪ North Point Light House ▪ Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
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Milwaukee Museum MileFriday, February 22nd, 2019 at 4:12am
TONIGHT at Jewish Museum Milwaukee:
"Conversation Starter: Black, Jewish and Red"

How did Communists and Socialists understand the problems of racism in the U.S.? How did they understand anti-Semitism in Europe?

A significant number of Jews and Blacks found themselves in the parties of the far left. Their experiences in everything from labor organizing to communal living, writing and the arts to screenplays, were affected by their experiences within Marxism.

Elliot Ratzman, Fellow in Jewish Studies at Lawrence University, examines how Jews and Blacks on the left helped create the culture and politics of the twentieth century. Ratzman explores how the far left became an important catalyst for intellectual, artistic, and political innovation, setting the stage for the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s.

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Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Date: Thursday, February 21
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Museum Members $5 | Non-Members $8
Milwaukee Museum Mile
Milwaukee Museum MileTuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 6:46am
Join Jewish Museum Milwaukee this Thursday for "Conversation Starter: Black, Jewish and Red":

How did Communists and Socialists understand the problems of racism in the U.S.? How did they understand anti-Semitism in Europe?

A significant number of Jews and Blacks found themselves in the parties of the far left. Their experiences in everything from labor organizing to communal living, writing and the arts to screenplays, were affected by their experiences within Marxism.

Elliot Ratzman, Fellow in Jewish Studies at Lawrence University, examines how Jews and Blacks on the left helped create the culture and politics of the twentieth century. Ratzman explores how the far left became an important catalyst for intellectual, artistic, and political innovation, setting the stage for the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s.

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Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Date: Thursday, February 21
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Museum Members $5 | Non-Members $8
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