Online Tour of National Park - 5

Expressions and Reflections

The Expressions and Reflections gallery was formerly the kindergarten classroom. In this gallery visitors have the opportunity to record their reactions to the information found in the exhibits.

Plaque at entrance of Expressions and Reflections gallery

Overview of the gallery

Us & Them: A History of Intolerance in America features paintings by Herbert Tauss, courtesy of Teaching Tolerance

In Your Own Words lets visitors use magnetic letters to create phrases describing their reaction to the exhibits.

At the Expression Stations visitors can share their thoughts about the exhibits and ... 

... learn more about the continuing struggle for civil rights in the United States.


The Book Store

The Book Store is at the north end of the hallway and was formerly the school's kitchen. The Book Store, operated by the Western National Parks Association, sells a wide range of books, videos, and posters for all age groups.

Entrance to the Book Store

Some of the books available for purchase

Posters, t-shirts, and videos are also available

This 15-page work by Mary Maruca provides a concise discussion of the decision, including an account of the legal groundwork laid by the NAACP and countless individuals.
Thanks for looking at this online tour.  We look forward to seeing you at the National Historic Site.

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