We’re exploring touchstones today. We find it in a new exhibit that seeks to highlight folx often overlooked. The LAVA Center in Greenfield hosts a number of projects, as we hear from co-coordinator Jan Maher, from plays to visual art to film festivals and more. Now open and on display at The LAVA Center is “Black Families of Greenfield: A Brief Historical Snapshot” which seeks to highlight the legacies of folx in that town who have been often overlooked. The collection was researched by Carol Aleman, president of the Greenfield Historical Society, who offers some insights to the process of putting it together.