”Remembering Bronzeville” documents the rise of Milwaukee’s African American community and its push to ascend into the middle class after World War Two. It chronicles the destruction of the neighborhood, as it was torn down to make way for public housing, urban renewal projects and, finally, an interstate freeway. It features people who grew up and lived in Bronzeville as they recall life in the city’s old Sixth Ward. They tell stories about work, school, play, social clubs, the music scene and much more. Their tales are brought to life through images gathered from private and public collections.