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An Alabama Civil Rights Circuit
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Nina Keller and friend Hedy Tripp designed a one-week tour of 1960s Alabama civil rights historical "hot spots," spending time in Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery and Tuskegee. Highlights include the Equal Justice Initiative Museum and Memorial, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Tuskegee’s George Washington Carver Museum, a Black baseball hall of fame and attendance at a Black Baptist Sunday service in one of MLK’s churches. Nina will present what was revealed by reading museum programs, placards, handouts and other literature and by attending lectures and engaging with museum guards and locals.
About the Presenter
Nina Keller—activist, environmentalist, organic farmer, teacher, writer, artist, optimist, animal lover, rebel—activated sedentary intellectual interests in our country’s history and the civil rights era by traveling in the South and brings her audiences to the front lines of that visceral experience.