National Civil Right Museum Website Summary1

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rayv 1 Date: June 28, 2008 Civil or Equal Rights National Civil Right Museum Website Summary The national civil rights museum is located in Memphis at the Lorraine motel, the site where civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Junior was assassinated. This center aimed at helping visitors get information on the events following American civil rights movement. It archives main episodes of the movements of the American civil rights and heritage of the movement to motivate involvement in civil and human rights struggle worldwide, via the anthology, demonstration and learning programs. From this museum, one can get information from various exhibits that illustrate chronicles of the civil rights struggle in the United States to encourage better appreciation of the fight involved. These exhibits include newspapers, photographs and scenes that are three-dimensional depicting such events as Montgomery, Bus Boycott, lunch counter Sit-ins, and Washington March. They illustrate this struggle from the
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2009 for the course PS PS 231 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '09 term at Chadron State College.

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