In the Community

Many of the exhibits created and organized by Levine Museum have extended lives after being exhibited at the Museum. A number have been adapted into traveling exhibits, while others have found long-term homes and are on exhibit out in the community. If you are interested in visiting any of the exhibits below, please check with the host/location for their hours of operation.


COURAGE: The Carolina Story That Changed America

On display at Johnson C. Smith University's James B. Duke Memorial Library. COURAGE tells the powerful grass-roots story behind the Supreme Court’s landmark Civil Rights decision Brown v. Board of Education. The exhibit traces the saga of Rev. J.A. De Laine and the brave citizens of Clarendon County, S.C. who brought the first lawsuit in America challenging racial segregation in public schools.
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Boots on the Ground

On display at Charlotte Bridge Home, 2200 East 7th Street, Charlotte, NC. Originally organized by and displayed at Levine Museum in 2013, this exhibit has been permanently installed in the offices of Charlotte Bridge Home, an organization that helps Charlotte veterans successfully transition home after military service.
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Vanishing Victorians

On display at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, Main Branch, 310 N. Tryon Street. Vanishing Victorians features work by photographer Dennis Nodine with assistance from Charlotte native Ladd May.
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