My Recent Trip to the Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro North Carolina

The month of February marks African American History month. I recently visited the Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, in order to better understand the history of the Civil Rights Movement (1950s-1960s) in the Southeast. In this episode, I briefly discuss the highlights of our recent trip to this museum which is dedicated to documenting the long struggle of African men and women in the US to obtain various rights from the nineteenth century to the present.  History, as this episode argues, is an effective tool for overcoming ignorance, xenophobia and racism. Join us this week as review the struggles of African American men and women undertook to gain their civil rights.


Image of 1960s Supporters of the Civil Rights Movement

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