Voices of the Civil Rights Movement | National Civil Rights Museum

January 31, 2016 for multi-year loan

"Voices of the Civil Rights Movement" combines two video archives into one interactive exhibit available within a walk-up kiosk at the National Civil Rights Museum for multi-year loan starting January 31, 2016. The interactive exhibit is a collaborative project from Comcast and the Equal Justice Initiative. This kiosk combines two media projects. "His Dream, Our Stories" commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.

"Moments in Civil Rights History" highlights 52 historic episodes that illustrate significance of America's civil rights journey to present day. The video vignettes are hosted by the museum's late founder,judge, civil rights activist, author and film actor, D'Army Bailey. "Moments in Civil Rights History" illustrates significant incidents in America's journey to civil rights, from our country's founding through the 1970s.

The exhibit primarily covers the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the 20th Century with a focus on key events from 1954-68. Narrative segments highlight historical events from 1619 through 1973. The exhibit is included in regular museum admission.

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