Keystone College, in partnership with the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust, will celebrate African American History Month with an exhibition of posters that are part of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The exhibition, A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) is a series of 20 unique and informative posters that are part of the Smithsonian’s Traveling Exhibition series. The posters will be exhibited on the main floor of Hibbard Campus Center throughout the month of February. The display is open to the campus community and the public free of charge.
A Place for All People is a survey of the African American community’s profound and lasting contributions to American history. The exhibit evokes the power of oration and freedom stories, the brilliance of artistic achievement, and the soaring heights of cultural expression.
The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust is dedicated to developing historic Dennis Farm, located in Brooklyn, Susquehanna County, into an educational and cultural site for scholars, researchers, educators, and others interested in this extraordinary history. Artifacts from the Dennis Farm are in the permanent collection of the NMAAHC. To learn more about The Dennis Farm or A Place for All People, visit http://thedennisfarm.org/.
Keystone offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degree options in liberal arts and science-based programs in business, communications, education, fine arts, natural science, environmental resource management, geology, and social sciences. Located 15 minutes from Scranton, Pa. and two hours from New York City and Philadelphia, Keystone is known for small class sizes and individual attention focused on student success through internships, research, and community involvement. For more information, visit www.keystone.edu.