FTI Launches “Fox in a Box” Exhibit

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Finally, the post-exhibit activities relate to the Atlanta Zoning Map of 1922, which illustrates how the city was segregated, and how Georgia Law articulated how physical spaces should be segregated. Students can imagine experiencing the venue in different roles, such as a young child seeing a movie for the first time or as someone who built the Fox Theatre.

Fox in a Box made its debut in December at The Museum School in Avondale Estates. Principal Katherine Kelbaugh said, “Our students thoroughly enjoyed the informative and interactive Fox in a Box experience. Students had the opportunity to witness standards and curriculum in an authentic real world setting. Fox in a Box truly brings history to life.”

To request Fox in a Box at a metro-Atlanta elementary school, please contact FTI’s Community Engagement Coordinator Maggie Fuller at 404-881-2023.

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