1963 Birmingham Civil Rights Experience - Black History Matters Walking Tour

Birmingham, United States
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Overview
Duration
1h 30min
Languages
English
Voucher type
E-Ticket
What To Expect

This tour peals back the façade and reveals the true and devastating experience that was the day to day life of African Americans in the most segregated city in the country. Led by Wilhelmina Thomas, who is a storyteller, a needlewoman and a craftivist who grew up on the west side of Birmingham, Alabama in the Riley, Wenonah and Hillman communities. She attended Wenonah Elementary, Riley Elementary and Jones Valley High Schools. Her earliest memories include the church, the civic league and the Civil Rights Movement. It is these lived experiences which fuel passion about Afro, Afro American and Birmingham history.

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Important info

Wheelchair accessible. Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller. Service animals allowed. Transportation options are wheelchair accessible. Not recommended for pregnant travelers. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness

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What's included
included-item
All Fees and Taxes
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Provider
The Birmingham Historic Touring Company
Meeting Point

Please note that tours begin at our shop at 219 20th Street North Downtown Birmingham 35203 - please check your GPS - NOT Irondale...NOT on Richard Arrington Blvd.