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The Green Book Project

The project is planned for Black History Month (February) 2019. It will utilize seven components to illustrate, educate, and allow visitors to vicariously experience discrimination and racism. The planned components are: 1) two full-size diorama displays, 2) a video history of travel-related discrimination experienced by Rochester residents, 3) an exhibit of Floyd Cooper’s art, 4) a personal appearance by Floyd Cooper, 5) commercially-produced videos relating to The Green Book, 6) interactive digital displays, and 7) the history of racism in Rochester, Minnesota.

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Contact: TBD ; Email: TBD ; Phone: TBD

Lead Organization: History Center of Olmsted County Close the dialog

Collaborators: History Center of Olmsted County

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Last modified by allnode on 2018/10/25
Created by support on 2018/01/20

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