"Stories of Resilience: Encountering Racism"

February 14 - April 11

This exhibition explore the stories of area residents and their experiences relating to race: segregation, the migration North, the Civil Rights Movement, systemic racism, and curren acute manifestations of racism. Through the exhibition and related programs, museum visitors are encourage to think about how they can promote change and advocacy in their schools and greater communities as well as examine their own responsibilites in creating a just society.

The exhibit showcases personal photographs, artifacts, and video testimonies that portray remarkable successes in the face of personal and systematic racism faced by African Americans.



Lyman Allyn Art Museum
625 Williams St.
New London, CT 06320
United States




(860) 443-2545

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