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What a Time to Be Alive!
Left: by Alexandra Shepherd-Boike, Right: by Melody Shanz
An art exhibition hosted by Heights Arts, featuring the work of Heights High students, coordinated by Heights Arts student interns.
Time and time again the course of history has been changed by young people with the courage to address their community in solidarity. In 1903, children of coal miners marched from Philadelphia to New York in protest against child labor. In 1960, the young Greensboro Four staged sit-ins that roused students across the nation to join in the civil rights movement and refuse to accept segregation. In 2018, students in Florida began a mass movement against mass shootings by engaging the media withView more
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Heights Arts is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Sunday hours are 12pm-5pm. Regular hours are 1pm-7pm.
2175 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118