Museums join forces for Black History Month

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February is Black History Month, and as an effort to honor black history, both the Brooks Museum of Art and the National Civil Rights Museum are joining forces.

Their purpose is to help educate the community on how the Civil Rights Movement affects our lives daily.

Chief Curator from the Brooks Museum, Marina Pacini and the Director of Education and Interpretation, Barbara Andrews, from the Civil Rights Museum are both here this morning.

  • This Light of Ours
  • Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Opens February 14th - May 10th

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