Emmett Till & Mamie Till-Mobley: Let the World See

Ages 10+ Photo Friendly NOVEMBER 19, 2022 – JANUARY 8, 2023 Emmett Till was just a child when he was kidnapped, tortured, and murdered by white supremacists in the Jim Crow South in 1955. They tried to cover it up. … Read More

Mothers of The Movement

Mothers of The Movement   Interactive Photo Friendly Celebrating Moms in May In an effort to explore the many ways in which mothers have both shaped the Civil Rights Movement and been affected by some of its most violent events, … Read More

The Color of Baseball

The Color of Baseball Guided Tour Photo Friendly The Color of Baseball photography exhibit by Bill Chapman is a captivating special salute to Negro Leagues on display in The Odessa Woolfolk Gallery through the summer of 2022. The exhibit captures … Read More

Race To Freedom

Race To Freedom   Guided Tour Photo Friendly Join The Race! The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI), in partnership with The Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, NASCAR, Honda, Southern Custom Exhibits, Microsoft and The Southern Center for Broadening Participation, is … Read More

A. G. Gaston

A. G. Gaston The Man and His Legacy Guided Tour Photo Friendly Trailblazer Opening Doors in The Jim Crow South 65 years after the grand opening of the A. G. Gaston Motel, African American businessman, multimillionaire and pioneer, A. G. … Read More