The Garrison School Cultural Center once served as a segregated school for African-American children in Liberty. A new mural on the school’s south side celebrates the movement beyond segregation to a time when the building also served children of every race.
The Garrison School Cultural Center once served as a segregated school for African-American children in Liberty. A new mural on the school’s south side celebrates the movement beyond segregation to a time when the building also served children of every race. Karen Ridder Special to The Star
The Garrison School Cultural Center once served as a segregated school for African-American children in Liberty. A new mural on the school’s south side celebrates the movement beyond segregation to a time when the building also served children of every race. Karen Ridder Special to The Star

Murals are next move in Garrison School’s vision to become a tourist destination

November 02, 2017 08:52 PM

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