Iowa Civil Rights Exhibit
- 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. -
- All Ages
Explore the struggles and triumphs of the fight for equal rights. Featured individuals include Alexander Clark, the man who helped desegregate Iowa schools in 1868, and Edna Griffin, the woman who led sit-ins at the Katz Drugstore in Des Moines in 1948.
This travelling exhibit is on loan from the African American Museum of Iowa. It will be on display at the Hiawatha Public Library for viewing during open hours.