Walk in the footsteps of Rev. Martin Lurther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Fred Lee Shuttlesworth, and other civil rights activists who ignited change across the country. Retrace the steps of the Civil Rights Movement by exploring cities and towns across the state of Alabama like Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma whose monumental events exemplify that bravery overcomes brutality. Listen to the voices of change-makers that continue to inspire the fight for equality today.
The Alabama Civil Rights Trail app tells the story of Alabama’s role in the Civil Rights Movement and the impact these places, people, and events continue to have. To help you explore this rich history, the Alabama Civil Rights Trail app allows you to:
- Discover the Civil Rights landmarks, museum, trails, and public spaces you can visit across the state.
- Explore the cities and towns that tell of the tragedy and triumphs of the Civil Rights Movement.
- Experience the legacy of civil rights legends who ignited change
Browse the media library to listen to and watch events around the Civil Rights Movement.
- Explore the events that transformed the nation through an interactive timeline that takes you through the struggle for equality, from Jim Crow and mob violence to desegregation and the Civil Rights Act.
- Share your location to see destinations near you that you can visit to learn more about civil rights history.
- Bookmark your favorite destinations, media, and people to your profile
Download the free Alabama Civil Rights Trail app today to get started.