Created by UNC Charlotte Levine Scholar Victoria Byers and 15 students of Mexican and Honduran descent, this series of photographs depicts the lives and relationships of a community of Hispanic immigrants in small-town North Carolina.
From escaped enslaved person to Civil War hero to member of the S.C. House of Representatives, Robert Smalls’ storied trajectory from enslavement to freedom is the subject of this multifaceted exhibit.
Due to design and production delays, Levine Museum has postponed the opening of its exhibit and program, K(NO)W Justice K(NO)W Peace. We apologize for any inconveniences and will share a new opening date as soon as possible.
The Southeastern Museum Conference (SEMC) has named Levine Museum of the New South as the winner of three awards in their annual exhibition and technology competitions for the current exhibit, ¡NUEVOlution! : Latinos and the New South.
Charlotte Observer reporter Tim Funk writes about the September 28 program on “How Could This Happen in Charlotte (Again)?” which put Charlotte’s recent protests into a historical context.
Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/special-reports/charlotte-shooting-protests/article104822076.html#storylink=cpy