Past exhibitions

Marching Toward Justice opened in 1999 at the Thurgood Marshall Judiciary Center in Washington D.C. President Bill Clinton, Rosa Parks, Mrs. Thurgood Marshall and many members of the U.S. Congress attended. President Clinton gave remarks. This unique exhibit has traveled to more than 30 locations, including:

Photo from Marching Toward JusticeOctober to November 2012
Columbia Law School
New York City

September to October 2011
Wayne State University
June 2011
John Marshall Law School
February 2011
120th Founders’ Day
West Virginia State University Institute
September 2010
Congressional Black Caucus' 40th annual Legislative Conference
Washington, D.C.
February to April 2007  
University of Cincinnati
August 2006  
National Bar Association’s 81st Annual Convention
May 2006
U.S. Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference

February 2006
DaimlerChrysler Tech Center
Auburn Hills, Mich.
May to July 23, 2005
Linebaugh Library
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
March to May 2005
Murfreesboro City Hall
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
December 2004 to March 2005
Chattanooga County Courthouse
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sept. 22 to Nov. 29, 2004
National Constitution Center
Aug. 5 to 11, 2004
American Bar Association Annual Conference
May 3 to July 29, 2004
Howard University Law School
Washington, D.C.
April 8 to May 2, 2004
Benjamin N. Cardoza School of Law of Yeshiva University
New York City
Feb. 9 to April 2, 2004
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse
New York City
June 2003 to January 2004
Shelby County Courthouse
Memphis, Tenn.
May 2003
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
May 2003
Detroit Institute of Arts
January 2003
America's Black Holocaust Museum
October 2002
Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Building
Little Rock
September 2002
University of Houston
May 2002
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tenn.
March 2002
Grand Galleria of the Virgin Islands
St. Croix
October 2001
Bruce Watkins Cultural Heritage Center
Kansas, Mo.
August 2001
Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association
May 2001
Kansas City Judicial Center & Kansas State Historical Society
January 2001
Museum of Science and Industry
September 2000
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
San Francisco
May 2000
Howard M. Metzenbaum Federal Courthouse
April 2000
Harvard University
Cambridge, Mass.
November 1999
Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
Newark, N.J.
April 1999
U.S. Courthouse
New York City
July 1999
U.S. Courthouse
February 1999
Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building
Washington, D.C.

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