Exhibit features 300 years of area black history through Monday
“A Stone of Hope: Black Experiences in the Fox Cities” is on display through Feb. 15 at the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. It features area black history from the 1700s to the present. Traveling for two years, the exhibit is visiting area schools, churches, libraries, government buildings and community centers.
The exhibit includes 12 floor banners, each richly illustrated with photographs of individuals, businesses and events described in the narrative. It is organized by The History Museum at the Castle in Appleton.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
One Day Stronger: How One Union Local Saved a Mill and Changed an Industry — And What It Means for American Manufacturing, a new book […]
Join Ripon College students today for their culminating presentations in the capstone seminar of the Catalyst curriculum. Catalyst Day — held each fall and spring […]
All may attend a guest lecture about arts education, arts management and professional practice to be presented Monday via Zoom webinar. Frank Juarez, art department […]
Allen J. Buechel and Rick Gedemer, candidates in the April 6 election for Fond du Lac County executive, will participate in a virtual candidates forum […]