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Arrangements for professional media to interview, video or audio record, or photograph at the National Civil Rights Museum must be approved 48 hours in advance by the museum's Marketing Communications Manager.   NCRM reserves the right to reject requests that, in NCRM’s opinion, are not compatible with the mission, would interfere with the visitor’s experience, or put undue burden on Museum property or staff.  Filming on location requires a location agreement and detailed communication directly with the Marketing Communciation team regarding the scope of the project.  To request media authorization, click below.

 

Three Lessons from the Election

By Terri Lee Freeman, Museum President   Like Everyone in America, I have spent time reflecting on the election.  Not just Tuesday, November 8, but the 18 months leading up to Election Day.  Three elements of this election have stood out and provide us with an agenda for the future. We have the privilege and responsibility to exercise our right to vote .  Why a privilege and not a right?   We believe our nation’s very existence is based on the... Read More
Posted by Connie Dyson at Monday, November 28, 2016
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