Presenter: Percia Swift, Assistant Group Programs Coordinator
How did World War II launch a social movement on the US home front? How did the actions of four young college students inspire an activist network dedicated to education, integration, and black enfranchisement? How does the work of the Civil Rights movement continue today in the call Black Lives Matter? Find out as this interactive virtual tour examines the history and legacy of the Civil Rights movement in North Carolina.
Groups, grades 6–12 and adults
This free virtual tour will be offered during February, March, April, and May via Zoom or Demio. To book a tour or inquire about details, contact 919-814-7044 after Jan. 15.