Civil Rights Trail

Montgomery, AL

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Mr. Freeman,

Montgomery Tour Guide

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Cotton Field

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First White House of the Confederacy

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Court Square Fountain

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Alabama State Capitol

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Dexter Avenue

King Memorial Baptist Church

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Lynching Site Soil Collection,

The Legacy Museum

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Lynching Site Soil Collection,

The Legacy Museum

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The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration

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Rosa Parks Statue

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A Scene outside the

Dexter Parsonage Museum

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Dexter Parsonage Museum,

One of MLK's homes

Selma, AL

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Edmund Pettus Bridge

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Songs of Selma

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General Store

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Vacant Yard 

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Alabama River

Nashville, TN

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Woolworth on 5th,

Site for the First Lunchcounter sit-in

Africatown, AL (Plateau,Alabama- Near Mobile)

Africatown was formed by the last known slaves to enter the United States on the Clotilda slave ship. The Old Plateau Cemetery is the final resting place for slaves, buffalo soldier, and former slaves. To learn more, read Barracoon: The Story of the Last "Black Cargo", written by Zora Neale Hurston. 

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The final resting place of Oluale Kossola (Cudjo Lewis)
1841 – July 17, 1935