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This exhibition explores African-American education in Buckingham County, Virginia from segregation to desegregation. The imagery focuses on uncovering the lost stories of African-Americans in Buckingham County during the height of Jim Crow segregation, through resistence to the 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education decision, and the eventual integration of public schools in 1970.

Curated by: Phyllis Slade Martin and Wendi Manuel-Scott, with special thanks to Mahogany Marie Murray, Gail Scott White, Kirby Malone and Buckingham Training School Commmeration, Inc.

Separate and Unequal in Buckingham County
An Exhibition on Segregation and Desegregation in Virginia

Exhibition Dates:
January 24, 2005—February 16, 2005
Johnson Center Gallery

Tuesday, February 8th:
Reception 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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