Lyn Rezabek’s fairy garden grew over the years and now it’s like a fairy village. You can see it on the South Buffalo Alive garden walk from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 21, 2013. Pick up maps at Tim Russert’s Children’s Garden, 2002 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, next to Dudley Library. Click through … Read More →
Check out this video of a fairy garden– or fairy village! You can see the fairy garden in person on the South Buffalo Alive garden walk rom 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 21, 2013. The donation is $2 for the self-guided tour. Pick up maps at Tim Russert’s Children’s Garden, 2002 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, next to Dudley Library.
Dudley W. Woodard (October 3, 1881 - July 1, 1928) taught mathematics at Tuskegee, Wilburforce, and Howard, where he was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, created the graduate program in mathematics, and established a math library in 1929. Despite living in the Jim Crow Era, he moved into an all-white neighborhood, often ignored the "colored" signs and visited any men's room of his choice, and used the phrase "black is beautiful" as early as the 1930's. #TodayInBlackHistory