The U.S. Civil Rights Trail encompasses 100 sites stretching from Kansas to Louisiana, Virginia and Georgia. Though many of these sites have long been recognized for their historical significance, groups can experience them for the first-time as part of the official trail, the amazing result of a partnership between twelve southern states.
More than 65 years after it began, the Civil Rights Movement is getting new recognition on the national stage.
Beautiful museums depict the events of the Civil Rights Movement.
These Civil Rights sites remember what America can never forget.
These lesser-known sites of the Civil Rights Trail deserve their day in the sun.
Participants share their personal accounts of the Civil Rights Movement.
Today, groups can remember the significant events of the Civil Rights Movement at these sanctuaries.