Making History with a Pop- Up Exhibit

Opening Night of BSP’s Black History Month Exhibition “Remembering and Understanding the Heritage of Black Scrantonians” Black Scranton Project’s Pop-Up Exhibition If you were not at our…… Read more “Making History with a Pop- Up Exhibit”

Little Negro Boy Begs for White Arm (1904)

After being hit by a train, five-year-old Albert Turner was taken to the Lackawanna Hospital for surgery. Due to the severity of the incident, the little Albert’s arm was amputated. During his recovery  in the hospital the asked his doctor he could have a new arm-a white one. The little boy was offered the possibility of a prosthetic limb, but refused to accept unless the artificial arm was of a white complexion.