POOL: A Social History of Segregation
This exhibition is FREE and open to the public
Pool: A Social History of Segregation (POOL) is a 4700 square-foot museum exhibition in the Fairmount Water Works Kelly Pool. POOL explores the role of public pools in our communities with the goal of deepening understanding of the connection between water, social justice, and public health. POOL weaves together the history of segregated swimming in America with multi-disciplinary artworks, storytelling, and place-based learning, inviting visitors to challenge personal assumptions about the act of swimming together.