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Civil Rights

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Retrace the steps of American activists and heroes with stops at iconic sites in Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, Atlanta, and more. This hands-on, immersive student tour teaches lessons that continue to resonate today.

Tour Highlights

  • Atlanta: Journey through the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park and reflect on his legacy at the Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
  • Memphis: Explore the National Civil Rights Museum and the Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum.
  • Birmingham: Walk through Kelly Ingram Park and visit the 16th Street Baptist Church, anchors of the city's Civil Rights District.
  • Montgomery: Tour the Rosa Parks Museum, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, and the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church.

Overview

Tour Type
Education Tour
Tour Location
US, Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, Memphis, Tuskegee, Atlanta
Tour Subject
Social Studies & History
Walking in the footsteps of Rosa Parks, Dr. King, and many other icons of the fight for racial equality is transformational.
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How Can Civil Rights Lessons Inspire Your Classroom Today? 

When you visit immersive and inspiring sites in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, you'll bring to life complex social and legal issues like racism, education inequality, and voting rights.

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How Can Civil Rights Lessons Inspire Your Classroom Today? 

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