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National Voting Rights Museum and Institute

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Address

6 US-80 BUS, Selma, AL 36701

Facts

National Voting Rights Museum and Institute opened in 1993 and is located in Selma, Alabama. It collects, archives, honors, chronicles, testimony and the artifacts of the activists involved in the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act ,Selma to Montgomery marches , Women's Suffrage movements and African-American Voting Rights. Founded by Faya Ora Rose Touré

Things To Do

Footprints to Freedom Tour , Combination Tour, EXHIBITS
THE MOVEMENT EXHIBIT: ST. AUGUSTINE, FL. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL., GREENWOOD, MS, ALBANY, GA. SELMA, AL ---CORE, URBAN LEAGUE, NAACP, DALLAS COUNTY VOTERS LEAGUE, SNCC,
VOTING BOOTH EXHIBIT, J.F.K. EXHIBIT, THE WINDOW EXHIBIT, KKK EXHIBIT, SHERRIF JIM CLARK, MLK EXHIBIT, JAIL EXHIBIT, NON VIOLENCE EXHIBIT, REV. JESSE LOUIS JACKSON – MOMENTS IN TIME

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday: By Appointment Only

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