As someone interested in the sociology of community, the Constitution Center is a goldmine of opportunity to learn. In the last month I attended 2 fascinating exhibitions: 1969 and Pulitzer Prize Photography. The first wove a narrative from the Moon landing to the RFK and MLKJr. assassinations, women's lib, Kent State, and so much more. The second showed life in its most stark, terrifying, and beautiful moments, captured by amateur and professional photographs, and reminding us of the lives we live. Well worth becoming a member.
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