Honoring Parks' Legacy

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Dr. Stephen J. Sweeny, CNR president; Toni Parks, Curator; and Elza Dinwiddie-Boyd, Dean of the School of New Resources at CNR. They are standing next to a painting of Gordon Parks as a young man.

 

On November 4, more than 200 people attended an opening reception at the Gordon Parks Gallery at The College of New Rochelle’s John Cardinal O’Connor Campus for a commemorative exhibit entitled “GORDON PARKS: A TRIBUTE BY HIS DAUGHTER.” Pictured left to right:  Dr. Stephen J. Sweeny, CNR president; Toni Parks, Curator; and Elza Dinwiddie-Boyd, Dean of the School of New Resources at CNR. They are standing next to a painting of Gordon Parks as a young man.

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