Daisy M. Jenkins, Esq. and other community leaders, were responsible for ensuring that when the University was developing a “Women’s Plaza of Honor” next to Centennial Hall on the University of Arizona’s Campus, an arch represented African American Women in the Tucson Community. This wonderful tribute to African American women has the names engraved of women who have made outstanding contributions both within and outside the Tucson Community. These strong and dedicated women have forged trails and made an impact in Tucson and throughout the country.
Museum is located on the Campus of the University of Arizona
Student Union Room 244
(1303 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85719)
Park in the 2nd Street Garage
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