Please donate
and help us reach our goals:

To create a perpetual endowment.
To transport donated artifacts to the museum and to acquire,

repair and maintain these artifacts.

To develop and maintain new displays.
To provide building maintenance and repair.
We are now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization



Museum of Black WWII History

Mail Checks to:

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

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of the Museum of black WWII History is not to glorify war but to document it - in particular, to acknowledge the long-ignored role of African-Americans in the largest worldwide conflict in human history.  The goal is to inform and 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.

This museum is more than a collection and display of objects.  It is a center for ongoing teaching, exploration, and research.  It is an especially valuable resource for schools in the Tri-State area.

A program of exhibitions, lectures, and discussions is planned.

Bruce Bird is available to travel up to 75 miles and lecture about the museum for a fee of $275.

The Museum of Black WWll new office address:

Bruce Bird
Founder and Curator
71 Plymouth Road
Stamford, CT 06906