PROVIDENCE, —After months of planning, final preparations are underway for the former family house of civil rights pioneer and American icon Rosa Parks to arrive at Brown University. The house is making its way to Providence in a trans-Atlantic voyage from its most recent home in Germany for a three-month exhibition expected to open to the public on April 3. Brown University’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice (CSSJ) has organized the repatriation of the house to the and is partnering with WaterFire Providence to make it accessible to the public. Since 2016, the house has been on…
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