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International Civil Rights Center and Museum/Sit-In-Movement, Inc.


134 S Elm St. Greensboro, NC 27401

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Phone: (336) 274-9199


The International Civil Rights Center and Museum stands as a powerful testament to the struggle for equality and justice. Housed in the historic F.W. Woolworth building, where the iconic Greensboro sit-ins took place in 1960, the museum chronicles the pivotal moments in the American Civil Rights Movement. Visitors can explore the interactive exhibits that showcase the bravery and resilience of individuals who fought against racial segregation. The museum not only preserves the tangible history of the civil rights era but also serves as a dynamic educational hub, inspiring visitors to reflect on the ongoing pursuit of social justice and the importance of collective action in shaping a more inclusive society.

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