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Alumnus Theo Moore’s documentary on Africatown community streaming free on Saturday

TROY alumnus Theo Moore II was inspired to share the story of Africatown by highlighting the people rather than just the community itself.

TROY alumnus Theo Moore II was inspired to share the story of Africatown by highlighting the people rather than just the community itself.

Hiztorical Vision Productions founder and Troy University alumnus Theo Moore has created a new documentary to explore the history and future of Africatown – “Afrikan By Way of American.”

Africatown is a community in Mobile, Alabama formed by the descendants of slaves aboard America’s last slave ship, Clotilda.

Moore, who founded HVP in 2017 to…

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Alabama Bicentennial projects conclude in Phenix City

Former Phenix City Vice Chancellor Dr. David White seated next to the statue of Albert Patterson

Former Phenix City Vice Chancellor Dr. David White seated next to the statue of Albert Patterson

The Alabama Bicentennial Committee in Phenix City and Russell County recently produced a series of successful projects as a result of over three years of planning and dedication.

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Troy University to host fifth annual Trojan Art Day on Feb. 23

Students from Troy University's Department of Art and Design will lead workshops and demonstrations during Friday's 2018 Trojan Art Day.

Students from Troy University's Department of Art and Design will lead workshops and demonstrations during Friday's 2018 Trojan Art Day.

Nearly 300 middle and high school students and their parents from 24 Alabama counties will participate in the fifth annual Trojan Art Day at Troy University on Friday, Feb. 23.

Trojan Art Day offers workshops and demonstrations led by students and faculty in the University’s Department of Art and Design, preceding the District II Visual…

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Middle, high school students to attend Trojan Art Day at Troy University

Middle and high school students will visit the Troy Campus on Feb. 24 to take part in Trojan Art Day.

Middle and high school students will visit the Troy Campus on Feb. 24 to take part in Trojan Art Day.

Nearly 400 middle and high school students and their parents from 24 Alabama counties will participate in the fourth annual Trojan Art Day at Troy University on Friday, Feb. 24.

Trojan Art Day offers workshops and demonstrations led by students and faculty in the University’s Department of Art and Design, preceding the District II Visual…

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