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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Moments of Inspiration

Posted on Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 4:00 AM

Release Date: 2008-06-18

Central Library hosts an exhibit by Glen “Frank” Franklin that examines the struggle of African-Americans during and after slavery through a series of paintings. Coinciding with Juneteenth – the day Union troops stormed Galveston in 1865 to enforce the emancipation of slavery – the exhibit portrays the struggles of African-Americans in a way that carries over to contemporary society. Free, call for hours, Central Library, 600 Soledad, (210) 207-2500.


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