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Art Exhibitions

MSU Law will host art exhibitions in spring and fall 2014 that relate to the Project 60/50 theme.

Black in White America
By Leonard Freed (1929–2006)
February 25–April 30, 2014
MSU College of Law, 4th floor atrium

This is a powerful and evocative photographic essay on African American life during the Civil Rights movement. Freed’s photographs present a composite of the daily lives of black people in the north and south, on the city streets, in housing projects, and in rural communities, living joyously, peacefully, and defiantly during one of the greatest social struggles of our times.

One of Michigan’s Own—Viola Liuzzo: An Exemplary Woman in Extraordinary Times
March 2–April 30, 2014 
MSU Law, 3rd floor gallery area

This exhibition looks back at Viola Liuzzo, a Civil Rights worker from Detroit who was murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan following the March to Montgomery in 1965.


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