A visit to JMM offers visitors with the opportunity to explore history and culture. Plan your trip today!
Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the history of the Jewish community in Southeastern Wisconsin. Through engaging displays and interactive components, JMM celebrates Milwaukee’s Jewish community and explores the broad American and Jewish experience. Plan your visit today!
Explore the history of the Milwaukee Jewish Orphan Home through a photo, cornerstone and coin bell. The cornerstone, which included several wonderful materials including a 1928 photo of the children, was donated by Sally and Jim Morgan in 1992. The cornerstone and coin bell can be seen in the Museum's permanent exhibit. ... See MoreSee Less
The first weekend in June is dedicated to increasing Gun Violence Prevention. Safer at Home is a challenge for gun violence prevention. We will be talking with Anneliese Dickman, the Milwaukee program manager for the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence, about the new issues that have emerged during the quarantine.
Anneliese was the communications director of the Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort and was the research director for the Public Policy Forum. She is the current president of Jewish Museum Milwaukee.
Then join the nation on Friday, June 5 in promoting Gun Violence Prevention by wearing orange and showing your support for the #goingorange movement. Find out more about why we wear orange. ... See MoreSee Less
Victor Berger was the first socialist elected to Congress. He was convicted of the Espionage Act because of his anti-interventionist views toward WWI and refused his seat in Congress. We are excited to explore his political career and legacy in this Museum Moment. ... See MoreSee Less