Exhibit: “Thus Shall They Upward, Onward Press:” An Exploration of the History of African Americans in Paterson from 1600-Present
The Paterson Museum
2 Market Street
DATE / TIME
Feb 05, 2020 - Mar 28, 2020
09:30 AM - 04:30 PM
The Paterson Museum is excited to announce the opening of its newest changing exhibit, “Thus Shall They Upward, Onward Press:” An Exploration of the History of African Americans in Paterson from 1600-Present. Installed in honor of Black History Month, the exhibit is a survey of the accomplishments of many of Paterson’s African American citizens. The exhibit will feature some familiar citizens, such as Larry Doby, but visitors will also learn some individuals like Dr. Norman Cotton, Minerva Miller and Henry Otis Harris who also made an impact on our community. The exhibit will be in place from Wednesday February 5th through Saturday March 28th in the Hannah Memorial Gallery.
Please join us at the Museum on Saturday February 8th from 1pm-3pm for the opening reception. The program will be led by Paterson Free Public Library Director Corey Fleming and will feature a reading by Talena Lachelle Queen, Poet Laureate of Paterson.
The exhibit will be on display at the Paterson Museum, located at 2 Market Street (on the corner of Market and Spruce Streets) in the heart of the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. For more information about this event, or to learn more about the Paterson Museum, visit our website https://patersonmuseum.com/ and like us on facebook!
- CONTACT NAME|Heather Garside
- AGES|All ages