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Civil Rights History Journeys

Now is the time to plan your Civil Rights History Journey

The Civil Rights Studies Alliance is proud to offer schools, their staff and students and other organizations and groups, the opportunity to experience first-hand, the history of the Civil Rights Movement. The Alliance works directly with schools and their staff, one on one, to create custom- designed Civil Rights History Journeys.

Atlanta, Montgomery, Selma, Tuskegee, Washington D.C., Detroit, Memphis OR places you want to share, are awaiting you and your groups visit.

Clearly, there is no time more important than now to begin this journey.

Memphis and Mississippi Civil Rights Tour
Memphis city highlights include the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, built around the former Lorraine Motel and the site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the Beale Street Baptist Church, the Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum and the Orpheum Theatre. From Memphis you travel to both Jackson and Natchez Mississippi to explore such historic sites as the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, Frogmore Cotton Plantation and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
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Memphis Civil Rights Tour
The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, with its complex of historic buildings, traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement from the 17th century to present day. The Museum, built around the former Lorraine Motel - site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., will inspire you as you become entrenched in this important time in history.
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Atlanta to Alabama Civil Rights Tour
As you walk in the very places where Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lewis and Rosa Parks displayed their soul-felt bravery, you will experience and learn about the epi-center for American Civil Rights history.
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Alabama Civil Rights Tour
You will feel the commitment and energy of the Civil Rights Activists as you explore the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, a National Parks Service venue. You will learn how this ever-important National Historic Trail, along with pertinent museum visits, played a role in the 1965 Voting Rights Movement.
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Detroit Civil Rights Tour
As one of the most important cities for African-American history, your time in Detroit will show places that have played a major role in the Civil Rights Movement. As you visit the home of Rosa Parks (she lived here for 26 years), the Underground Railroad Living Museum, Henry Ford Museum, plus numerous other important places in Civil Rights History, you will leave with increased knowledge about this important time in US history.
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Washington, DC Civil Rights Tour
Washington D.C. is more than a place and more than a symbol. It's the location of where so many events have taken place that have shaped our nation's laws impacting positive change for Civil Rights in America. The Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History will be your focal point, as well as various sites, including the Lincoln Memorial where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream Speech."
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Your Civil Rights History Journey, YOUR WAY!

Your private Civil Rights History Journey is created 100% exclusively for your students and staff. You choose your dates and the places you wish to visit with your group and our extraordinary team, along with our logistics experts / partners (who are professional educational tour operators with over 40 years of experience) will make it happen.

Our guarantee to you!

You will NEVER, ever be combined with another school or group (unless requested or approved). Your Civil Rights History Journey is specifically created only for your group!

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