Elizabeth To Host African-American Art Exhibit

ELIZABETH – On Friday, Aug. 17 from 2-4 p.m., Rosa Harrington’s African American History Museum will bring an African-American art exhibit to Winfield Scott Park Plaza, in front of Elizabeth’s City Hall.

The purpose of the exhibit, which will include pictures, artifacts and documents, is to bring awareness to the world.

The museum is located at the Weequahic Park Field House in Newark.

How much do you know about Black History? More than 100 years before Rosa Parks became a famous figure for civil rights, this New York City woman went to court to win the right for African Americans to use public transportation in New York City. [Highlight text for answer] Elizabeth Jennings [Highlight text for answer]

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