1932 to 1961 Highlander Folk School
17.00 in HIGH x 11.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Left edge text reads, "Oct. 2005 artwork by lindsay, [email protected]/ mor posters available from www.justseeds.org."

To the left is an image of a wall with a sign posted that reads, "Today: Desegregation Workshop." To the right is an image of three people, one of which is pouring liquid into glasses. Poster reads at the top, "1932 to 1961 Highlander Folk School." At the bottom poster reads, "celebrate people's history/ 'the best teachers of poor and working people are the people themselves. they are the experts on their own experiences and problems' -Myles Horton, founder of Highlander." Below the image of the three people is a description of the school. The text starts with, "Highlander opened its doors in 1932 with the express intent of enabling poor and working class people in the South to radically change society..."
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