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Sand Unshaken: The Origin Story of Alma Thomas
By The Columbus Museum

Long before Alma W. Thomas became a beloved teacher or a celebrated artist, she grew up in Columbus, the daughter of a successful business owner and an in-demand dressmaker. Her parents turned their suburban Victorian home into a center of cultural pursuits, and Thomas's family became founding members of a nascent Black middle class in Columbus. However, their lovers still faced discrimination and the threat of violence.

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May 26 - October 02
10:00am - 8:00pm
The Columbus Museum
1251 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA USA