Mobile: A Romantic Getaway
If you're considering a romantic getaway, put Mobile at the top of your list.
Alabama was at the heart of the civil rights movement during the mid-20th century. The march from Selma to Montgomery, Rosa Parks’ refusal to take a backseat, and the courageous trips taken by the Freedom Riders are not just events that changed the country, but they also impacted the entire world. The sites of these pivotal moments and more have been preserved and made accessible to everyone, so that the lessons from the fight for human rights can continue to be learned for generations to come.
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The fight for American civil rights spanned decades, cities and states – from Topeka, Kansas, to Memphis, Tennessee, from Atlanta, Georgia, to Selma and Birmingham, and all the way to Washington, D.C. Chart the course of the Civil Rights Movement through the Civil Rights Trail that begins with the site of school integration and takes you to the scene of Bloody Sunday and finally the Supreme Court of the United States.
What do Rosa Parks, Paul “Bear” Bryant and Jesse Owens have in common? Besides the fact that each of them has a museum named in their honor, all three of these famous Alabamians were born in 1913, and each played a role in integration.
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