As Memphians head to the National Civil Rights Museum for grand reopening activities on Friday and Saturday, they can be assured that the renovation represents true diversity, with a conscious effort having been to reflect a high-degree of minority participation in the $28 million project.
That's the sentiment of museum officials and from a number of those selected to participate in the facelift of the museum, which opened in 1991.
To begin with, several minorities participated in the 24-member National Scholar Review Committee. The committee was responsible for the interpretive plan development and review of the exhibits content.
- Written by Twana Coleman/Special to The New Tri-State Defender
- Hits: 1171