◀ ▶ Exhibitions A Culture of Resistance The Rise of Jim Crow Separate is Not Equal The Year They Walked Standing Up by Sitting Down We Are Prepared to Die The Children Shall Lead Them For Jobs and Freedom Is this America? How Long? Not Long. What Do We Want? Join the Movement World in Transition I Am A Man King's Last Hours Legacy Building Art In Action Let Us March On Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi Afro-Columbians: Roads to Freedom Los Angeles Uprising EnSlaved Purchased Lives Inspiring Greatness Passage to Freedom Dave Brubeck Jazz Ambassador Kin Killin' Kin Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Cultural Heroes A Heritage Preserved What Do We Want? Black Power The Black Power exhibit shares the rise and fall of one of the most influential, yet often misunderstood, movements in the civil rights struggle. Interpretation of the Black Power movement explains it as a continuation of the Civil Rights Movement rather than a radical new movement.