The Tubman Museum in Macon, GA, is set to present a new exhibit titled “Hidden Histories” from August 28 to December. This exhibit will feature photographs, portraits, and historical artifacts that highlight Wesleyan College’s contributions to Macon’s African American history. It aims to shed light on aspects of Macon’s past that haven’t been fully recognized, including the city’s African American business district on Cotton Avenue and Poplar Street’s history as a slave auction site. The exhibit also celebrates community efforts towards creating a more equitable society. A reception is scheduled for the opening day, with free admission for museum members and a $5 fee for the general public.