This exhibit displays letters written by children from all over the world to human rights leaders Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks. The exhibition includes video-taped welcome comments from three Nobel Prize Awardees: President Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and President Obama. The exhibit will also include letter writing stations where visitors of all ages can write letters to Parks, Mandela, Muhammad Ali, or people that they feel have made a change in their lives, their communities, or the world. For more info, visit http://alicenter.org/exhibits-galleries.
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