On display at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture.
Civil rights actions took place in many locations, and millions of people employed a variety of tactics in the struggle for equality and justice. Every major action took planning, and there was no guarantee of success. Use the counter to look in depth at some of the places, people, and actions that were key to the impact of the modern Civil Rights Movement on American society.
The lunch counter is an interactive decision tree that challenges you with different courses of action to pursue.
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This blog post is part of a long-term series on the National Museum of African-American History and Culture. I know everyone can’t make it to DC to see the museum, so I’m doing what I can to present this epic museum in digestible portions.
Below, you’ll see other posts I’ve done on the museum. Be sure to share with anyone you think will enjoy the series.