Delaware Humanities develops original exhibits for organizations, and brings traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street Program to Delaware. Read more about our available exhibits below. Exhibits are hosted by museums, libraries, and community organizations throughout the state.  

Injustice & Integration: 70 Years of Brown v. Board of Education, an exhibit by Delaware Humanities 

Created to mark the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, this exhibit highlights Delaware’s role in the landmark court case and the integration efforts that followed.  

By providing an overview of Delaware’s integration efforts, this exhibit introduces audiences to several aspects of our state’s school desegregation story: the Delaware court cases that became part of Brown v. Board, the successes and challenges faced by Delaware schools immediately after the Brown ruling, and continued school integration efforts in Delaware up to the present day. 

Funding for Injustice & Integration: 70 Years of Brown v. Board of Education has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the United We Stand: Connecting Through Culture initiative. 

Want to Learn More?

Visit our resources page to learn more about Brown v. Board as well as details for events taking place in your area and where you can view the Injustice and Integration exhibit.

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