Historic Montgomery and Alabama Sites

  • Birmingham
  • 4th Avenue Business District
  • 6th Avenue Zion Hill Baptist Church
  • 16TH Street Baptist Church
  • A.D. King home
  • Al Penny and Savings Bank
  • Angela Davis home
  • Arthur Shores’s home
  • Bethel Baptist Church: 3233 Twenty-ninth Avenue North
  • Birmingham City Jail
  • Birmingham Civil Rights Historic District
  • Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
  • Birmingham Municipal Auditorium
  • Carrie A. Tuggle Elementary School
  • Center Street Historic District
  • Downtown Department Stores (site)
  • Dynamite Hill
  • First Baptist Church
  • Gaston Motel
  • Rickwood Field
  • Gaston Motel:1501 Fifth Avenue North
  • Graymont School (site)
  • Greenwood Cemetery
  • Kelly Ingram Park
  • McNair Studio & Art Gallery
  • Memorial Park
  • Miles College
  • New Pilgrim Baptist Church
  • Parker High School
  • Phillips High School
  • Sardis Baptist Church: 1240 Fourth Street North
  • Sixteenth Street Baptist Church
  • Smith & Gaston Funeral Home
  • St. John AME Church
  • St. Paul Methodist Church
  • Woodlawn Cemetery
  • Trailways Bus Station (site)
  • Camden
  • Antioch Baptist Church
  • J.E. Hobbs Elementary School
  • Old Jail
  • Wilcox County Courthouse
  • Demopolis
  • Demopolis Post Office
  • Eastern Star Baptist Church
  • Home of Henry & Julia Haskins (site)
  • Morning Star Baptist Church
  • Rutledge Drug
  • U.S. Jones Middle School
  • Eutaw
  • Carver Middle School
  • First Baptist Church & Cemetery
  • Greene County Civil Rights Marker
  • Old Courthouse
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tent City (site)
  • Gee’s Bend
  • Camden/Gee’s Bend Ferry
  • Gee’s Bend Community School (site)
  • Gee’s Bend Quilting Collective
  • Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
  • Greensboro
  • Barricade (site)
  • Hale County Courthouse
  • Post Office
  • The Safe House Black History Museum
  • St. Matthew AME Church
  • St. Paul Baptist Church
  • Williams Chapel (formerly St. Mark AME Church)
  • Lowndes County
  • Along Highway 80
  • David Hall Farm
  • Frank “Bud” Haralson’s Store
  • Lowndes County Interpretive Center & Tent City
  • Mount Gilliard Baptist Church: Trickem Fork off Highway 80 at Route 17
  • Mt. Zion
  • Rosie Steele Farm
  • SNCC Freedom House
  • Tent City site
  • Viola Liuzzio marker
  • Wright’s Chapel AME Church
  • In Hayneville
  • First Baptist Church
  • Jonathan Daniels Marker
  • Lowndes County Courthouse Square: 1 Washington Street
  • Old Lowndes County Jail
  • Varner’s Cash Store: Hayneville near the interstate section of Routes 21 and 97
  • Marion
  • Berean Baptist Church
  • College City Drugs
  • First Congregational Church
  • Jimmie Lee Jackson’s grave
  • Lincoln Normal School & Lincoln Memorial Museum
  • Mack’s Café (site)
  • Mount Tabor Baptist & Scott’s Grocery
  • Perry County Courthouse
  • Perry County Jail
  • Zion United Methodist Church
  • Perry
  • Zion United Methodist Church
  • Perry County Jail: 206 Pickens Street
  • www.funeralhomesguide.com/Alabama/... /LeeHamptonDRollinsFuneralHome.html - (Lee and Rollins Funeral Home)
  • 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
  • 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
  • Memorial Park
  • Mt. Gilliard Baptist Church: Highway 80 at Route 17
  • National Voting Rights Museum and Institute
  • 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. 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)
  • Voting Rights Trail Interpretive Center
  • Zion Methodist Church: Pickens Corner Street and Martin Luther King Drive
  • Snow Hill
  • Snow Hill Institute
  • Tuscaloosa
  • First African Baptist Church
  • Foster Auditorium
  • Hunter Chapel AME Zion Church
  • Murphy-Collins (Murphy African American Museum
  • President’s Mansion
  • Wilcox County
  • Prairie Mission School

Alabama State University

Levi Watkins Library

Upcoming and Recent Programs

Walking in the Footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Campus of Alabama State University

The event will feature an exhibit and discussion on the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, highlighting his footsteps on Alabama State University's campus. An exhibit featuring artifacts belonging to Dr. King will also be on display.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 6 p.m.
Levi Watkins Learning Center Lecture Hall
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The 11th Annual Robert and Jean Graetz Symposium on Human Rights and Reconciliation: Coalition Building - In Pursuit of the Beloved Community

The symposium is designed to stimulate action-oriented citizens to work toward reconciliation while examining factors that divide ethnic groups. This year's symposium will focus on coalition building and feature guest speakers representing various ethnic groups.

Thursday, April 13, 2017 | 9:30 a.m. – noon
The National Center
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Lift Every Voice:


A newsletter from The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University. Fall 2015, Vol. 1, Issue 1.

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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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