Tour 11: Finding Inspiration Inside: The National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Tour leader: Dina Bailey, National Center for Civil and Human Rights
The mission of the Center for Civil and Human Rights is to empower people to take the protection of everyone’s human rights personally. It accomplishes this mission through three major exhibitions and one temporary exhibition, numerous programs, and outreach; these exhibitions span past, present, local, national, and global civil and human rights movements. They educate, inspire, and empower guests to take action for social change today. In joining the director of educational strategies on a special tour, participants will hear behind-the-scenes information about how this brand new museum came into existence and what lessons have been learned during the institution’s first year of being open.
Please note: The museum is ADA compliant; participants will walk approximately 15 minutes to and from the museum. Alternate transportation for people with disabilities is available on request. Participants should be prepared to have their bags inspected.
Limit 30 people. $20 members, $25 nonmembers