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‘Ten Japanese-American Concentration Camps’ exhibit to open at Rosa Parks Museum Oct. 14

"Ten Japanese-American Concentration Camps," an exhibit by Renee Billingslea will open with a reception on Oct. 14 at the Rosa Parks Museum.

An exhibit of historical and present-day photographs examining the impact of Executive Order 9066 on Japanese Americans during World War II and beyond will open at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Oct. 14.

An opening reception for the exhibit, “Ten Japanese-American Concentration Campus” by artist Renee Billingslea, will begin at 6 p.m. in the…

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‘Sites of Conscience’ is topic of Rosa Parks Museum’s Real Talk Community Forum on Oct. 12

The Rosa Parks Museum's Real Talk Forum, set for Oct. 12, will focus on

The Rosa Parks Museum's Real Talk Forum, set for Oct. 12, will focus on "Sites of Conscience."

“Sites of Conscience” throughout the United States will be the topic of the Real Talk Community Forum at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Oct. 12.

A part of the museum’s Real Talk Community Forum series, the panel discussion is set for 6 p.m. in the museum’s auditorium. Before the panel, the museum will host…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum receives Alabama Humanities Recovery Grant

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum was one of 83 humanities-based nonprofits in Alabama to receive the Alabama Humanities Recovery Grant.

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum was one of 83 humanities-based nonprofits in Alabama to receive the Alabama Humanities Recovery Grant.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum has received an Alabama Humanities Recovery Grant, a program aimed at helping humanities-based nonprofits recover from the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The $10,000 grant received by the museum was one of 83 awarded this month by the Alabama Humanities Alliance, totaling $800,000. Alabama Humanities Recovery Grants are funded…

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Rosa Parks Museum’s Real Talk forum to focus on overcoming community violence

The forum is a part of the museum's Real Talk series, which offers participants the opportunity to share viewpoints in a safe and civil setting.

The forum is a part of the museum's Real Talk series, which offers participants the opportunity to share viewpoints in a safe and civil setting.

“Overcoming Violence in Our Community” will be the topic of the Rosa Parks Museum’s Real Talk: Community Forum on Sept. 14. The event is free and open to the public.

A part of the museum’s Real Talk Community Forum series, the panel discussion is set for 6 p.m. in the museum’s auditorium. The Real Talk…

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