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About Our Tour. Atlanta is a city of heroes. A city steeped with block after block of historic buildings and places where Black people struggled and prospered to make Atlanta the citadel for Black America & the cradle of the Civil Rights movement. More

Southeast USA Tour: Driving Through Civil Rights History

On your way to Mississippi’s capital city, stop in Meridian, a center of civil rights activism, and remember civil rights martyrs such as James Chaney, who died during the “Freedom Summer” of 1964. Then proceed to Jackson and the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center, housed inside the first public school for African Americans in Mississippi. More

US Civil Rights Trail

The fight for American civil rights spanned decades, cities and states – from Topeka, Kansas, to Memphis, Tennessee, from Atlanta, Georgia, to Selma and Birmingham, and all the way to Washington, D.C. Chart the course of the Civil Rights Movement through the Civil Rights Trail that begins with the site of school integration and takes you to the scene of Bloody Sunday and finally the Supreme ... More

Tour Dates | 2020 Civil Rights Heritage Tour

This Civil Rights Heritage Tour of the South takes learning so much further. You will see the locations where these significant historical events took place. Come face-to-face with the issues which are as important now as they were then. Frame your understanding of the times, the people, and the controversy surrounding injustice and inequality. More

Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Explore the movement that changed the nation. Discover stories of Mississippians like Medgar Evers, Fannie Lou Hamer and Vernon Dahmer—as well as those who traveled many miles to stand beside them, come what may, in the name of equal rights for all More

Discover the Trail – US Civil Rights Trail

Discover the U.S. Civil Rights Trail Explore by state Choose a state Alabama Arkansas Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Virginia West Virginia More

Home - National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is an engaging cultural attraction and human rights institution that connects the U.S. Civil Rights movement of the 1950s-1960s to the global human rights movements of today. Explore the stories of brave civil and human rights defenders who tapped their own power to bring about social change. More

Planning a Civil Rights Road Trip through the South

The final stop on our civil rights tour was Atlanta, just a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Montgomery (not including the time change from Central to Eastern.) As the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the meeting place of many civil rights leaders, Atlanta needs to be a part of any civil rights trip. There are two main sites to visit. More

Mississippi Plantation Tours | USA Today

Rosemont Plantation. Far less grand than many of Mississippi’s plantation homes, this residence was the centerpiece of a plantation established in 1810 by the parents of Jefferson Davis. More