Are you curious to visit the National Memorial for Peace and Justice? If you are wondering what other civil right sites are nearby, this guide has the resources you need. You will find this guide useful for planning a civil rights experience whether you go solo, or lead a trip for your youth group, students, book club or church study circle. Or maybe you'll be in Alabama for a sporting event or business trip and have time to explore our shared history, this easy-to-use guide makes your choices clear.
This guide holds the essential information you need, plus travelers' tips, and includes a robust resource section for further exploration before or after your trip. JA Pieper packs everything you need to plan a crawl through Alabama's civil rights history in one snappy, photo-filled guide book.
Her goal is to inspire you to design your own adventure with this guide. Be part of the ongoing conversation about civil rights, voting rights and human rights. Many first hand participants to the Civil Rights actions in the 1950s and 1960s are living in Alabama. As the Southern Law and Poverty Center says, "The March continues." Go while history is living.