Hours & Admission

Admission:
Adults          $10
Seniors       $8 (65 and older)
Students:    $8
Children:     $6 (Ages 6-12)
Children 5 and under FREE with paying adult.

Hours:

Monday - Saturday
       10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday
       Closed

Holiday Hours:
Wednesday, December 24th
       10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday, December 25th
       Closed
Friday, December 26th
       10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wednesday, December 31st
       10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday, January 1st
       Closed
Friday, January 2nd
       10:00 am - 6:00 pm

International Civil Rights
Center & Museum

134 South Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 274-9199


The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is an archival center, collecting museum and teaching facility devoted to the international struggle for civil and human rights. The Museum celebrates the nonviolent protests of the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins that served as a catalyst in the civil rights movement.

2010 - 2013 Annual Report is Now Available

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Events This Week at the ICRCM

Ida B. Wells

Experience the permanent exhibition with guided tours offered each day.

Explore the history of the American civil rights movement with a guided tour of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum’s permanent exhibition, The Battlegrounds. This engaging encounter, introduced with a captivating audio/video narrative, includes a journey through time via pictorials, artifacts, video reenactments, and interactive components.  

 

 

Join Us on Monday, January 19, 2015 to Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Tackling King's Triple Evils:
Poverty, Racism, and Militarism  

"The Triple Evils are forms of violence that exist in a vicious cycle. They are interrelated, all-inclusive, and stand as barriers to our living...when we work to remedy one evil, we affect all evils" (Six Steps for Nonviolent Social Change). This MLK Day the ICRCM will help tackle King's Triple Evils.
  
1. Poverty
The ICRCM will host a canned food drive from 10:00am-4:30pm. Please bring all canned food items to the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, 134 Sout Elm Street. Proceeds will be donated to the Greensboro Urban Ministry. Guests of the museum who donate five (5) or more cans will recieve $2.00 off their admission rate for a guided tour.
  
2. Racism
The Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance will host a panel discussion, "Are We Still Dreaming?" addressing the feasibility of Dr. King's dream in this century and how the dream should be or has been altered to ensure equality for all. Discussion begins at 2pm. Free; Suggested $5.00 donation.

3. Militarism
Join us for a community discussion on "Police: Partners for Change", as we discuss ways the community and law enforcement can continue to partner to improve our neighborhoods and community relationships. Discussion begins at 3:30pm. FREE; Suggested $5.00 donation.

Teaching Our Kids to Dream  

In the wake of numerous headlines where young lives are targeted, have our youth been robbed of their dreams for a better tomorrow? Just as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dreamed of a harmonious nation, our youth too deserve such a dream. Join the International Civil Rights Center & Museum for youth orientated activities centered around Dr. King's "I Have A Dream" speech that will educate, encourage, and embrace today's youth to dream of bright futures for themselves and their communities.
The program is one hour long, starting at 1pm. Last program begins at 4pm.

Admission FREE with Donation of 3 Canned Goods

MLK DAY PARADE
Join the ICRCM in the Martin Luther King Jr, Day Parade starting at 11am. We welcome any and all to march with us!
  
MLK DAY CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
Join the ICRCM for our MLK Day closing ceremony candlelight vigil, starting at 6pm. We will remember the truimphant civil rights hero, Dr. King, and all those whose lives have been affected by the injustices that we as a democratic passionate nation are still fighting for.


Save the Date for the 55th Anniversary of the Sit-Ins Gala!

Joseph S. Koury Convention Center
Imperial Ballroom

Saturday, January 31, 2015, 6:00 pm

Special Guest - Recipient of the 2015 Alston-Jones International Civil & Human Rights Award
Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian


The Fight for the Right to Vote - Never Forget

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CFC #22409

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ICRCM Presents:

Building a Better America Through Core Democratic Values

An educational initiative for social studies students in grades 4, 5, 8, and 11.

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A message to our generous supporters.

We opened our doors on February 1, 2010— more than four years ago. During this short time ICRCM has garnered a stellar reputation for promoting an understanding of the struggles for social justice and equality in the United States and across the world. In fact, through ICRCM, we link Greensboro to the world. We thank you for standing beside us, boosting our morale, and providing much needed financial support. And we ask that you continue this journey with us in the coming months and years.

We invite you to commit to furthering democracy and freedom through the work of the ICRCM. Before the end of 2014, please donate to show your endorsement of ICRCM’s efforts in your community.

With profound gratitude for your support, let us simply say “Thank you.”

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