Moton to host ‘Their Stories, Our History’ reception April 28th, 5-7pm

A new publication—the result of a collaboration between Moton Museum and Longwood University—will highlight 17 stories of men and women who experienced the effects of the Prince Edward County school closings from 1959-64. Titled Their Voices, Our History, the magazine will feature large-scale photographs and personal stories that reveal stunning insight and clarity into a defining period of our shared history.

The publication will be available free of charge at an opening reception for a photography exhibit highlighting the magazine’s art on April 28 from 5-7 p.m. at the Moton. The exhibit will be open until April 30. Members of the public are invited to attend the reception.  Continue reading.

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