Enjoy the diverse dining and shopping establishments and throughout surrounding neighborhoods like Harambee and Halyard Park.
Join in on the celebration during Bronzeville Week!
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The Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District was the primary African-American economic and social hub of its time, Bronzeville brought all ethnicities together to celebrate African-American culture - highlighting jazz, blues and the arts between the early 1900s and the 1960s. Today you see annual festivals that celebrate the strong roots of jazz and the arts in the neighborhood, and the main thoroughfare, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, is lined with African American-owned businesses. Enjoy the diverse dining and shopping establishments on this street and throughout surrounding neighborhoods like Harambee and Halyard Park.
The HaRUNbee 5K Walk/Run for Healthy Birth Outcomes, organized by the National Coalition for Healthy Black Families, is designed to raise awareness and help prevent unhealthy birth outcomes across the region, and aims to promote wellness by encouraging families to stay healthy both mentally and physically.
Interested in participating in the event as a runner, walker, or volunteer?
Learn more about the HaRUNbee 5K Walk/Run for Healthy Birth Outcomes!
The people and institutions featured here have etched a place in the history and fabric of the Bronzeville Arts and Entertainment District, and are celebrated for the important role each played in making Bronzeville the dynamic destination that it is.
Please enjoy reading about each of these special Bronzeville honorees!
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