A new exhibit, opening July 1, at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will tackle topics such as racism, social justice and the artist’s memories of growing up on a tobacco farm in eastern North Carolina.
Willie Little’s exhibit “America’s Original Sin” will open at 6 p.m. on July 1 with an artist talk and opening…
In spite of steady rain on Saturday, there was an extra sense of excitement among those attending the Troy University Rosa Parks Museum’s Juneteenth Block Party on the Montgomery Campus.
Some of Saturday’s excitement stemmed from the return to an in-person event after the COVID-19 pandemic pushed last year’s commemoration online. Most of the excitement,…
All four of Troy University’s campuses in Alabama have been awarded the Tree Campus Higher Education designation by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Created in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation, the Tree Campus Higher Education program recognizes colleges and universities for effective forest management on campus and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals….
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…