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Online tour opportunities are also available. Pre-scheduling an on-site tour is strongly encouraged, but not required.

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Operational Update

On-site opportunities are available for individuals and groups. In addition, the Museum is now offering online Filmed Tours for purchase, along with Interactive Virtual Tours available for schools and educational groups. Visit the Tour Opportunities page for more information.

In Memory of Amelia Parker

Former Executive Director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum

We invite the public to submit their reflections and memories of Amelia Parker, who served as an exemplary civil rights leader in the community and nation. You may send your submission here.

[Amelia] Parker sought to craft a larger narrative through which residents of Greensboro could take pride in their taking a leading role in helping the country realize the progressive steps necessary for the social inclusion of all Americans ... The legacy of Amelia Parker will always be part of the fiber and spirit of the Museum, as we honor her for the amazing insight and talent she has left behind as a gift of memory and intelligence to the World.

John Swaine, CEO, International Civil Rights Center & Museum

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Next Featured Event

Series on Thinking in Color: The Seven Colors of Rights

PRESENTATION: February 27, 2021 - 2 p.m.
FOLLOW-UP DISCUSSION: March 1, 2021 - 7 p.m.

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Member of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

A Top Site of U.S. Civil Rights Trail

Member of the American Alliance of Museums

"Protesting in 2020"

Watch docent La'Tonya Wiley and Bennett College junior Carmesha Blackmon discuss the process of protesting in 2020.

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