Civil Rights Sites – Alabama

Selma/Dallas County

  • Boynton Home: 1315 Lapsley Street
  • Brown Chapel AME Church
  • Brown Chapel AME Church ( 410 Martin Luther King Jr. Street
  • Cecil C. Jackson Public Safety Building
  • Clark Elementary School
  • Concordia CollegeStreet Manual Training School
  • Dallas County Courthouse:105 Lauderdale Street
  • Dallas County Voters League Headquarters
  • Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • First Baptist Church
  • First Baptist Church in Selma, Al ( 709 Martin Luther King Jr. Street)
  • Freedom House
  • George Washington Carver Homes
  • Good Samaritan Hospital (site)
  • Holiness Temple
  • Hotel Albert (site)
  • Knox Reformed Presbyterian Church
  • The Martin Luther King Historic Walking Tour
  • National Voting Rights Museum and Institute
  • March to Selma, Alabama
  • Memorial Park
  • Mt. Gilliard Baptist Church: Highway 80 at Route 17
  • Old Live Oak Cemetery
  • Old Live Oak Cemetery: 110 West Dallas Avenue, Selma, Al
  • Sam and Amelia Boynton House (site)
  • Selma University
  • Selma Wall (site)
  • Silver Moon Café (site) & James J. Reeb Memorial
  • Slavery and Civil War Museum
  • SNCC Office (site)
  • St. James Hotel
  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
  • Tabernacle Baptist Church: 1431 Broad Street
  • Thirsty Boy Drive-In (site)
  • Torch Motel: 1802 Vine Street
  • U.S. 80
  • Varner’s Cash Store: Hayneville near the intersection of Routes 21 and 97
  • Ward Chapel
  • Wilby Theater (site)
  • Violence in Selma 1965
  • Voting Rights Trail Interpretive Center
  • Zion Methodist Church: Pickens Corner Street and Martin Luther King Drive

Alabama State University

Levi Watkins Library

Upcoming and Recent Programs

The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University Presents: The 14th Annual Black Film Festival

 

Friday, August 26 and Saturday, August 27, 2016
Free Admission!

For more information, call 334-229-4824 or 334-229-4106

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A 50 Year Retrospective: The Black Power Movement and Its Impact

 

Featuring Dr. Hasan Jeffries (Luncheon Speaker), Dr. Jeffrey Ogbar, Dr. Gwen Patton, Willie Ricks (Mukasa Dada) and others

Friday, August 26, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The National Center
1345 Carter Hill Road | Montgomery, Alabama

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The Journey to Freedom: A Mural in Eight Parts

 

A Visual Interpretation of African-Americans’ Struggle for Recognition as Human Beings and First-Class Citizens

Commissioned by The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University

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