MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Montgomery is observing the 100th anniversary of the birth of civil rights icon Rosa Parks with a public art project downtown.
Reports say Montgomery's director of development, Chad Emerson, says that citizens came up with the idea and volunteers did the work.
A 96-foot by 40-foot wall is covered in chalkboard paint and has space for people to complete the sentence "Before I die I want to..."
Monday is the 100th anniversary of Parks' birth. The Rosa Parks Museum at Troy University Montgomery plans a program Monday night with art, poetry and the unveiling of the new Parks commemorative stamp by the U.S. Postal Service.
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