BCRI provides free educational programs to K-12 students that
introduce and explore the lessons of the civil rights movement. Incorporating interactive programs such as "Tug-of-war" to describe the events of 1963 (Children's March and Sixteenth Street Church Bombing), role-play, oral histories and documentary films, BCRI empowers students with a better understanding of the civil rights movement's complexities.
BCRI Outreach programs reach an audience of 20,000 people annually in area schools, churches, club meetings and other venues. For more information, contact the Education Department at (205) 328-9696, ext. 246.