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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute – United States

Every journey begins with a first step. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute takes its visitors on one of this nation's most significant journeys by capturing the spirit and courage of countless individuals who, during the 1950's and 1960's, dared to confront the bigotry and racial discrimination of American society.

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Address: 520 16th Street North, Birmingham, AL, 35203

State: Alabama

Phone 1: 205-328-9696

Official site: http://www.bcri.org

Opening hours: Hours Tues to Sat 10 am - 5 pm Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm Monday and Major Holidays Closed* Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Open (Free Admission) *Open Mondays from MLK Day through month of February

Main theme(s): american history, civil, rights, movement, birmingham, history, general, 20th, century, american, living history, local history, political

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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute – United States

Every journey begins with a first step. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute takes its visitors on one of this nation's most significant journeys by capturing the spirit and courage of countless individuals who, during the 1950's and 1960's, dared to confront the bigotry and racial discrimination of American society.

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute – United States

Every journey begins with a first step. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute takes its visitors on one of this nation's most significant journeys by capturing the spirit and courage of countless individuals who, during the 1950's and 1960's, dared to confront the bigotry and racial discrimination of American society.

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