The Tennessean travels the Alabama Civil Rights Trail

The Alabama Civil Rights Trail was the feature travel article in the Sunday, June 1 edition of The Tennessean. The article started with the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and continued with the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, and Kelly Ingram Park. Sites along the trail in Montgomery included the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church and parsonage, the Civil Rights Memorial Center, and Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum. Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge, the Brown Chapel AME Church, the Voting Rights Trail Interpretive Center, and the National Voting Rights Museum were featured. Tuskegee Institute, the Carver Museum and the Oaks, and the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site and Moton Field were also highlighted in the article.
For the full article “Alabama trail recounts quest for civil rights- From Birmingham to Selma, state took center stage” by Becky J. Beall see     

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