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2021 U.S. Civil Rights Trail Travel Guide Released

Find group travel ideas for social justice sites, churches, courthouses, and institutions of higher learning that played a part in the Civil Rights Movement along with museums that celebrate the icons and heroes in the 2021 U.S. Civil Rights Trail Travel Guide, courtesy of The Group Travel Leader, Inc.

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In Memory of Amelia Parker

Former Executive Director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum

We invite the public to submit their reflections and memories of Amelia Parker, who served as an exemplary civil rights leader in the community and nation. You may send your submission here.

[Amelia] Parker sought to craft a larger narrative through which residents of Greensboro could take pride in their taking a leading role in helping the country realize the progressive steps necessary for the social inclusion of all Americans ... The legacy of Amelia Parker will always be part of the fiber and spirit of the Museum, as we honor her for the amazing insight and talent she has left behind as a gift of memory and intelligence to the World.

John Swaine, CEO, International Civil Rights Center & Museum


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