Civil Rights in Columbia

October 10, 2013 11:00 PM

Columbia exhibitions offer window to the civil rights movement

Two October exhibitions offer evocative, and distinctively different, examinations of the civil rights movement in Columbia, one primarily seen through the camera lens and the other in the tangible artifacts of the period.

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