TOURS

VIRTUAL TOUR OF MONTGOMERY

RETRACE THE STEPS OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 

  • The Indigenous/The slave/The colonizers. 

  • History of Montgomery’s Foundation Historical sites that changed the world.

  • Holt Street Baptist Church. 

  • Untold hidden gems of Montgomery.

  • Learn songs of freedom. 

  • Visit the home of Rosa Parks/Freedom Riders.

  • Visit historical neighborhoods. 

 

VIRTUAL TOUR OF MEMPHIS

  • Experience the Lorraine Motel/Civil Rights Museum.

  • Meet with Local leaders and activists including journalists, filmmakers and members of the local 1733.

  • Hear Excerpts of Dr. King's final speech "I've Been to the Mountaintop". 

  • Virtual tour of Stax records. 

 

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"The virtual civil-rights experiences were important and life-changing for us."  -Rachel 

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VIRTUAL TOUR OF SELMA

  • Edmund Pettus Bridge.

  • Meet with foot soldiers, including the youngest person arrested on Selma's Bloody Sunday.

  • Hear the story of Lynda Blackman, author of Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom.

  • Tour the neighborhood including the Foot Soldiers Park, Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church.

  • Visit the confederate cemetery.

 

VIRTUAL TOUR OF BIRMINGHAM

  • Visit the 16th Street Baptist Church. 

  • Tour Kelly Ingram Park and learn about the Children's March.

  • Meet with a food soldier, arrested during the March.

 

VIRTUAL TOUR OF RICHMOND

  • Learn the history of the Confederate monuments. 

  • Hear the story of activist, musician and storyteller who traces his ancestry to slaves and slave owners in Richmond.

  • Learn  the music of the Civil Rights movement.