Community leaders on Tuesday announced that America’s Black Holocaust Museum will reopen to in-person visits on Feb. 25 at 401 W. North Ave.
The museum began in 1984 in a storefront under the leadership of James Cameron. In 1988, the museum moved to a larger space where it remained until its doors closed in 2008. Four years later, the museum went virtual.
The February date is the birthday of Cameron, the only known survivor of a lynching.