Programs | National Civil Rights Museum

Virtual Education Experiences

Virtual programs serve 50-1000 students & teachers and are geared for PreK-12 audiences. Programs are interactive and engaging but require minimal materials to participate.


Book and Author

Stack of books

This bi-monthly event draws authors who have written about the civil rights movement that include personal recollections of events that shaped the nation and impacted on the world. Topics delve into investigations, conspiracy theories, and historical accounts that have survived generations.



Stack of books

The Catalysts for Change Speaker Series will feature best-selling authors, celebrated personalities, civil and human rights leaders, educators and opinion leaders who are critically acclaimed for their perspectives on issues of race, access to opportunity, equity and social justice. Our goal is to enlighten participants on the historic struggle for civil and human rights, but also to inspire personal social action to combat today’s injustices.


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