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The Museum of Black WW II History

has moved to Stamford CT

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Opening Date - TBA


The Purpose of this Museum

This museum is the only one of its kind in the U.S.  The museum was created not to glorify war but to document it -- in particular to honor the long-ignored role of African-Americans in the largest worldwide conflict of human history.

The Museum's goal is to enlighten visitors

To enlighten visitors about the relatively unknown and unappreciated contribution of the 1.1 million African-Americans who served in the U.S. military in World War II.  More than a collection and display of objects, the museum is a center for ongoing teaching and research on this broad subject.



Bruce Bird
Founder and Curator

MUSEUM OF BLACK WW II HISTORY

PRESENTS


AN AFTERNOON OF (CLASSIC) JAZZ” VI

TO CELEBRATE (LIFE) IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

SUNDAY MAY 1, 2016


Back by popular demand

FEATURING


DAVID COSS & TRIO



SPECIAL GUESTS

Hosted by

Church Of Christ The Healer

20 brook dale road

Stamford, CT 06903


TO
BENEFIT THE MUSEUM OF BLACK WW II HISTORY’s

NEW/Old BUILDING FUND

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SPONSORS/$5,000 - $10,000


PATRONS/NAME LISTED IN PROGRAM - $100.00 - $500.00

FULL PAGE - $250.00

HALF PAGE - $150.00

QUARTER/PAGE - $75.00

BUSINESS CARD - $50.00

SPONSOR A VETERAN - (TICKETS/HOSTS/FREE) - $45.00


MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:

MUSEUM OF BLACK WW II HISTORY

 

ADS MUST BE IN BY:


APRIL 16, 2016

EMAIL (ADS-ONLY) TO: mabeljorgensen@yahoo.com

Mail Checks to: Mabel Wensley-Jorgensen

71 Plymouth Rd. - Stamford, CT 06906 - Tel: 203-348-6810


IN MEMORY OF - ROY B. JORGENSEN (RBJ) - UNITED STATES AIRFORCE WW II

 

MUSEUM OF BLACK WW II HISTORY/HOMELESS

MEDIA BLITZ/DISPLAY

Saturday April 9, 2016

HONORING THE 1.1 MILLION AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR II

(7,093 AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN)


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11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

BEVMAX WINE & LIQUOR WAREHOUSE

835 EAST MAIN STREET

STAMFORD, CT 06901


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