National Underground Railroad Freedom Center - Source for Underground Railroad information. Educates the public about the historic struggle to abolish human enslavement and secure freedom for all people. The Freedom Center teaches lessons of courage and cooperation from Underground Railroad history to promote collaborative learning, dialogue, and action in order to inspire today's freedom movements.
National Voting Rights Museum & Institute (NVRMI) - Exhibits materials and artifacts from the voting rights struggle in America, especially those that highlight the experiences, which fueled Bloody Sunday, the Selma to Montgomery March, and the Civil Rights Movement throughout the South. The NVRMI provides research forums, community action, and makes presentations that impact or support voting rights issues in America.
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