MISD Living Museum
As apart of Black History Month, Marlin ISD scholars off all ages showcased their research on historic Black influencers from the 1920s at Marlin ISD’s inaugural Living Harlem Renaissance Museum on March 10. Students focused on a key figure of the Jazz Age and their impact on legacy that came from the Harlem Renaissance. Pictured (direction) are high school students Shawna Robinson, Messiah McGowan, and Shariya Womack as civil rights activist and renowned artist Josephine Baker at different times of the period. At (direction), elementary school students pose together as icons such Baker, Bessie Coleman, Langston Hughes, Fredrick Douglas, and more.