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Civil Rights Landmarks

Across the United States, places where the movement took shape

by Ricco Villanueva Siasoco

Alabama

  • First African Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa
  • Brown Chapel, Selma
  • First Baptist Church, Selma
  • Selma-to Montgomery, National Historic Trail & All-American Road
  • City of St. Jude Historic District, Montgomery
  • U.S. Post Office & Courthouse, Montgomery
  • Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery
  • Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery
  • Butler Chapel AME Zion Church, Tuskegee
  • West Park (Kelly Ingram Park), Birmingham
  • Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Birmingham

Georgia

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, Atlanta
  • Atlanta Center University Historic District, Atlanta
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church, Albany
  • Dorchester Academy Boys' Dormitory, Midway

Florida

South Carolina

  • All-Star Bowling Lane, Orangeburg
  • South Carolina College Historic District, Orangeburg

North Carolina

  • F.W. Woolworth Building, Greensboro

Virginia

  • Robert Russa Moton High School,Farmville

Washington, DC

  • Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
  • Mary Church Terrell House, Washington, DC

New York

Massachusetts

West Virginia

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Illinois

Missouri

Nebraska

Kansas

Nevada

Oklahoma

Texas

Arkansas

Tennessee

Mississippi

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