Brown cancels display of Rosa Parks home

IN A STATEMENT Thursday, Brown University announced the cancellation of a planned display of the above pictured Rosa Parks family home. The exhibit had been slated to run for three months at WaterFire Providence. On Friday, WaterFire said that it was going to explore ways to keep the exhibit on track for completion. / COURTESY 
FABIA MENDOZA
IN A STATEMENT Thursday, Brown University announced the cancellation of a planned display of the above pictured Rosa Parks family home. The exhibit had been slated to run for three months at WaterFire Providence. On Friday, WaterFire said that it was going to explore ways to keep the exhibit on track for completion. / COURTESY 
FABIA MENDOZA
PROVIDENCE – Without consulting the artist and owner of the work, in a statement late Thursday afternoon, Brown University announced it had cancelled the display of a Detroit home once owned by the family of civil rights icon Rosa Parks. The school’s statement cited an unspecified dispute over the house. It read: “It is out…
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