Black History Month
Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King Jr. and former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer are members of the fraternity.
“We thought as a seminal piece, this would be a terrific time for us to honor Rosa Parks,” said US Deputy Postmaster General Ronald Stroman.
The Detroit College of Business is woven into the fabric of black history.
Twelve students will be chosen to have their work displayed in a two-week gallery exhibit at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Midtown.
“Because of her, people like me are talking on TV,” Frazier said. ‘Thanks to ‘Aunt Seppe,’ I’m living the dream.”‘
Rosa Parks and her husband moved to Detroit where she lived until her death in 2005.
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