Museo del Norte

El Museo del Norte was one of the formative partners with Boulevard House and drove the lion’s share of its programming for the first year. In 2013, El Museo launched an exhibit, We Will Be Heard!

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In 2013, El Museo also featured its first Dia de los Muertos Ofrenda.

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In 2014, El Museo created a new exhibit, Las Rebeldes, which featured the personal stories of local Detroit Chicana activists, Jane Garcia, Maria Guadiana, Elena Herrada and Emily Martinez.

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Its tenure at the Boulevard House finished with its 2014 Dia de los Muertos Ofrenda, focusing on the closure of Southwestern High School.

El Museo’s full website may be found here.