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Author to discuss new Rosa Parks book at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum Feb. 25

Author Susan Reyburn will discuss the new book

Author Susan Reyburn will discuss the new book "Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words" at 6 p.m., Feb. 25 at the Rosa Parks Museum.

 Susan Reyburn, senior writer-editor in the Library of Congress Publishing Office, will visit Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum at 6 p.m. on Feb. 25 to discuss her new book “Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words.”

The event is free and open to the public and will be held in the museum’s auditorium.

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Rosa Parks Museum to celebrate Civil Rights icon’s birthday on Feb. 4

As a part of the birthday celebration, the Rosa Parks Museum will offer free admission on Feb. 4. Mrs. Parks' would have turned 107 on Tuesday.

As a part of the birthday celebration, the Rosa Parks Museum will offer free admission on Feb. 4. Mrs. Parks' would have turned 107 on Tuesday.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will honor its namesake on what would have been Mrs. Parks’ 107th birthday on Tuesday, Feb. 4 with activities throughout the day and free admission to the museum.

The Montgomery 1950s-era bus will also be on display outside of the museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Duron Hale will…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum to celebrate birthday of late Civil Rights icon

The Rosa Parks Museum will offer free admission and other activities on Monday, Feb. 4 in celebration of Mrs. Parks' birthday.

The Rosa Parks Museum will offer free admission and other activities on Monday, Feb. 4 in celebration of Mrs. Parks' birthday.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will celebrate what would have been the Civil Rights icon’s 106th birthday on Monday, Feb. 4 with free admission, special activities and a birthday cake.

Mrs. Parks, often referred to as the Mother of the Civil Rights Movement, died in October 2005 at the age of 92. Her Dec. 1,…

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Still work to be done as Alabama celebrates inaugural Rosa Parks Day

Participants in Saturday's Rosa Parks Day activities walk arm-in-arm down Montgomery Street toward TROY's Rosa Parks Museum.

Participants in Saturday's Rosa Parks Day activities walk arm-in-arm down Montgomery Street toward TROY's Rosa Parks Museum.

As the State of Alabama celebrated the inaugural Rosa Parks Day on Saturday, many leaders agreed that while the woman known as the “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement” would likely be pleased with progress that has been made, they admitted there is work to be done.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum joined St. Paul…

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