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Author H.H. Leonards discusses the life, leadership lessons of Rosa Parks

Author H.H. Leonards discusses her book

Author H.H. Leonards discusses her book "Rosa Parks Beyond the Bus" with TROY librarian Alyssa Martin Weiler during Rosa Parks Day presentation.

The story of Rosa Parks’ historic arrest on Dec. 1, 1955 for refusing to give up her seat aboard a Montgomery city bus to a white male passenger, which led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, is well known and widely documented. In “Rosa Parks Beyond the Bus: Life, Lessons and Leadership,” author H.H. Leonards wanted…

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Portrait by TROY alumnus honors memory of former Troy University Trustee Lamar P. Higgins

Troy University Chancellor, Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., and Mr. Higgins' sister, Phyllis Jackson, unveil portrait during ceremony on Thursday.

Troy University Chancellor, Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., and Mr. Higgins' sister, Phyllis Jackson, unveil portrait during ceremony on Thursday.

A portrait honoring the memory of former Troy University Trustee Lamar P. Higgins was unveiled on Thursday in the conference room bearing his name at the Rosa Parks Museum on Troy University’s Montgomery Campus.

The portrait was painted and gifted to the University by TROY alumnus Willie Austin, II, and was appropriately unveiled on Rosa…

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Author talk, displays and free admission highlight museum’s Rosa Parks Day observance

Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum will observe Rosa Parks Day activities on Thursday, Dec. 1.

Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum will observe Rosa Parks Day activities on Thursday, Dec. 1.

A book discussion with author H.H. Leonards will highlight Rosa Parks Day activities at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Dec. 1.

In 2018, the Alabama Legislature unanimously approved a bill declaring Dec. 1 as Rosa Parks Day in the state. Dec. 1 marks the anniversary of Parks’ historic 1955 arrest after she refused to…

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Dedication ceremonies at TROY’s Montgomery Campus pay tribute to two Alabama artists

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Al Head, Todd Strange and Mrs. Janice Hawkins unveil the marker dedicated to the Peace Dove statue by the artist Nall.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Al Head, Todd Strange and Mrs. Janice Hawkins unveil the marker dedicated to the Peace Dove statue by the artist Nall.

Troy University officials officially dedicated the Violata Pax (Wounded Peace) Dove statue by renowned artist and Troy, Ala. native Fred “Nall” Hollis during a ceremony on the University’s Montgomery Campus on Monday.

The work, which sits adjacent to the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts and overlooks the Rosa Parks Museum across the street, was…

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