Exhibit featuring art of Takeisha Jefferson opens Thursday at TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum

The exhibit, which will run through April 20, encourages viewers to reflect on historical memory and its implications for justice and equality.

The exhibit, which will run through April 20, encourages viewers to reflect on historical memory and its implications for justice and equality.

A new exhibit examining the theme of historical erasure, particularly its effects on African American communities in America, will open at the Rosa Parks Museum on Thursday.

The exhibit, “Erace,” features the art of Takeisha Jefferson, a Michigan native who was first introduced to photography when she received her first camera at age 9. As…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum set to reopen following technology improvements

The improvements converted all analog technology to digital, high definition in the main exhibit and the Children's Wing.

The improvements converted all analog technology to digital, high definition in the main exhibit and the Children's Wing.

Troy University’s Rosa Park Museum will reopen to visitors on Monday, Jan. 15 following renovations to the museum’s technology.

The museum closed on Nov. 22 for the project which converted all analog technology to digital, high definition. In addition, the video reenactment of the scene that took place aboard a Montgomery city bus that led…

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70-year-old Lillie Smith ‘just keeps going,’ earns master’s degree during Montgomery Campus’ fall commencement ceremony

Lillie Smith is hooded as she received her master's degree during the fall commencement ceremony at the Montgomery Campus on Dec. 18.

Lillie Smith is hooded as she received her master's degree during the fall commencement ceremony at the Montgomery Campus on Dec. 18.

When 70-year-old Lillie Thompson Smith walked across the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts stage at Troy University’s Montgomery Campus on Dec. 18 to receive her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, it was the realization of a lifelong dream and the culmination of a lot of hard work. However, the new TROY graduate…

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Riley challenges graduates to discover their passion, continue to pursue knowledge

Jackson Hospital President and CEO Joe B. Riley addresses graduates at the Montgomery Campus during fall commencement on Dec. 18.

Jackson Hospital President and CEO Joe B. Riley addresses graduates at the Montgomery Campus during fall commencement on Dec. 18.

Jackson Hospital President and CEO Joe B. Riley encouraged Troy University graduates to discover their ‘why’ and pursue it with passion and vigor.

Speaking to nearly 150 graduates in the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts at TROY’s Montgomery Campus on Dec. 18, Riley congratulated graduates on reaching this milestone in their lives and encouraged…

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