WaterFire still wants to host Rosa Parks exhibit

THE ROSA PARKS HOUSE, under construction at WaterFire Providence until the exhibit was canceled by Brown University. Waterfire is still hoping to host the exhibit without Brown's support. / PBN FILE PHOTO
THE ROSA PARKS HOUSE, under construction at WaterFire Providence until the exhibit was canceled by Brown University. Waterfire is still hoping to host the exhibit without Brown's support. / PBN FILE PHOTO
PROVIDENCE – A home that once belonged to the family of civil rights icon Rosa Parks may yet be unveiled in the city, despite Brown University’s canceling of an exhibit that was scheduled to open next month. In a Friday statement, WaterFire Providence said, “Brown University’s withdrawal from our partnership exhibiting artist Ryan Mendoza’s ‘2672…
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