civil rights tour
a tour of historic u.s. civil rights sites covers too many places to include here. for more information, contact the “we shall overcome” project of the national park service online at www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/civilrights.

civil rights memorial, montgomery, alabama;
(334) 956-8200, www.splcenter.org

dexter avenue king memorial baptist church, montgomery; (334) 263-3970, www.dexterkingmemorial.org

martin luther king jr. national historic site, atlanta. the site includes martin luther king jr.’s boyhood home and gravesite, the historic ebeneezer baptist church, and the national park service visitors center. (404) 331-5190, www.nps.gov/malu

mason temple, memphis; (901) 947-9300

national civil rights museum, in the lorraine motel, memphis; (901) 521-9699, www.civilrightsmuseum.org

national voting rights museum & institute, selma, alabama; (334) 418-0800, www.voterights.org

rosa parks library and museum, montgomery; (334) 241-8661, www.tsum.edu/museum

sixteenth street baptist church, birmingham, alabama; (205) 251-9402 —