Traveling exhibits are available for rent for a 2, 3, or 4 week period.
This exhibit includes a 28 minute documentary and takes a look at the role of African American legislators in politics and public service from 1967 – 2007. The documentary highlights interviews and testimonies from pioneers regarding the history and legacy of legislators who have played a part in transforming places and enhancing lives.
This exhibit includes a 26 minute documentary entitled “Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom” that “captures the spirit of the Juneteenth experience and explains the origin and evolution of this important date in the history of our country.
The exhibit comes with 4 to 20 framed photographs (24 x 36) for display.
Bridging Cultures: The Joy of Japan
This exhibit comes with up to 15 photos of China. The Joy of Japan is a photographic exhibit of works by Dr. Clarence Talley, Sr. The exhibit consists of selected works from his travels in Japan, from Yokosuka, Kanagawa to Kamakura, Kanagawa to view the Great Buddha, to the grounds of the Imperial Palace in the center of Tokyo, to the Kokugikan Arena to witness renowned sumo wrestlers, these and much more allows for immersion into the Japanese culture and social norms.
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