Civil Rights Heritage Tour
of the South
Monday, April 13th, 2020 at 7 am
Saturday, April 18th, 2020 at 11 pm
Travel to the
5 NIGHTS / 6 DAYS
Many significant movements from the Civil Rights Movement have been chronicled in books and documentaries.
This Civil Rights Heritage Tour of the South takes learning so much further. You will see the locations where these significant historical events took place. Come face-to-face with the issues which are as important now as they were then. Frame your understanding of the times, the people, and the controversy surrounding injustice and inequality. Enrich your understanding of the history and impact your thinking about democracy, civility, and humanity going forward.
See history through the hearts and minds of those who lived it.
Experience the past as
you walk through time.
John Parker House • Rankin House • Martin Luther King, Jr. Birth Home Museum • Martin Luther King, Center • National Museum • Tuskegee Institute • George Washington Carver Museum • Booker T . Washington’s Home site and Museum • National Voting Rights Museum • Edmund Pettus Bridge • Rosa Parks Museum • National Memorial for Peace and Justice • Civil Rights Memorial • Dexter Avenue Baptist Church • Brown Chapel AME Church • Sixteenth Street Baptist Church • Birmingham Civil Rights Museum • Kelly Ingram Memorial Park •
National Civil Rights Museum • Muhammad Ali Center
2020 Committee Members:
Napoleon A. Bell, II - Community Liaison & Recruiting Manager, Franklin County Sheriff's Department
Toni Bell - CEO, Phoenix Consulting Company, LLC
Ida Harper - Retired Educator, Columbus City Schools
Gregory Lee - Consulting Manager, Accenture
Karen Nolan Mitchell - Retired, City of Columbus
Tracy Sharp - Senior Account Executive, Dream Seats
Mark Sigrist - Retired Manager SSA, Honda of America
Chessie Wyche, CEO, Readiness Solutions
Sheri-Lynn Wynn - City of Columbus
Image courtesy : The Commercial Appeal