Rosa Parks Museum Host Special Poster Art Project

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By Kristen Fisher

The Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery is trying to make local students wishes come true through a public art project.

Students and members of the public created silkscreen posters inspired by "Birthday Wishes" for Rosa Parks' upcoming 100th birthday.

These posters are part of the museum's ongoing "Birthday Wishes Project" where students from around the city submit their own "wishes" for ways to improve their community.

Admission was free for everyone, and there was also live entertainment.

 

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