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Here’s the latest news for civil rights travelers: Boston breaks ground on MLK and Coretta Scott King memorial to celebrate civil rights and 'Black Love' bit.ly/39GLElJ Memphis' National Civil Rights Museum debuts Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition on the history of the Poor People’s Campaign: bit.ly/3yiABJS Montgomery's Freedom Rides Museum unveils newly
The nine word problem: Most children learn these few words about the civil rights movement: "Rosa Parks Martin Luther King I Have A Dream" Kids can handle -- and must learn -- more, says John Lewis' co-authors of the March trilogy @Nate_Powell_Art @andrewaydin wapo.st/37XUsmk
Here’s a last-minute Alabama civil rights trip, sponsored by the Palo Alto Art Center. It runs April 27- May 2 visiting Birmingham, Selma & Montgomery. Cost from $3,910 for singles, flights not included. For more trips: bit.ly/2TypQgB bit.ly/3NK2X4G Palo Alto Art Center
Once again, Birmingham is offering free civil rights walking tours every Saturday in April. The experience begins at 10 a.m. at the Fred Shuttlesworth statue outside of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
Montgomery County, MD, is offering a bargain civil rights tour of the South, open to everyone. Joining will be Freedom Rider and activist Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. The 9-day, all-inclusive trip runs 4/29-5/7 & begins at $1,361 for a 3-person room. Montgomery County Office of Human Rights bit.ly/36xPMTL