Rosa Parks Museum’s ‘Architects of Change’ summer camp focuses on non-violent conflict resolution

The Architects of Change summer day camp will run June 5 - 9 at the Rosa Parks Museum.

The Architects of Change summer day camp will run June 5 - 9 at the Rosa Parks Museum.

Helping young people to resolve conflicts peacefully is the focus of the upcoming summer day camp at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

The “Architects of Change” day camp is set for June 5-9 and is open to area students entering grades 6 through 12 in the upcoming school year. The cost of the camp is…

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Exhibit of artist Stephen Mangum’s work to open at TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum on May 4

Based on a photo by the late Bill Hudson, this painting captures the image of African American students in a peaceful protest against segregation.

Based on a photo by the late Bill Hudson, this painting captures the image of African American students in a peaceful protest against segregation.

A new exhibit exploring racial injustice through the lens of white privilege through the paintings of Mississippi native and current San Francisco artist Stephen Mangum will open on May 4 at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

A reception and an artist meet-and-greet will be held at 6 p.m. on May 4 in the museum’s gallery….

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‘I Have a Dream’ was focus of Freshman Forum’s MLK Celebration

TROY's Freshman Forum celebrated the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. recently.

TROY's Freshman Forum celebrated the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. recently.

The Freshman Forum took time to celebrate a pivotal leader from the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, who is famous for his “I Have a Dream” speech. 

The ceremony took place January 18 outside of John Lewis Hall. Many individuals have never listened to the entirety of King’s famous speech, so the…

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TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum to host block party Juneteenth celebration

The Juneteenth celebration will include vendors, musical entertainment, a children's area and free museum and children's wing admission.

The Juneteenth celebration will include vendors, musical entertainment, a children's area and free museum and children's wing admission.

After a year in which it held a virtual Juneteenth celebration in 2020, Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will once again bring its celebration to the streets with an in-person block party on Saturday, June 19.

The free event, held on the 200 block of Montgomery Street in front of the museum, will take place…

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