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Sonnie Hereford - Civil Rights

Rocket City Civil Rights Driving Tour

Accessible via smartphone app, the Rocket City Civil Rights Driving Tour highlights areas of significance to the civil rights era in Huntsville. See sites like the Fifth Avenue School, the first public school in the state of Alabama to integrate, Oakwood University, where Dr. Martin Luther King spoke during his visit to Huntsville in 1962, and other points of interest rich in cultural heritage. The tour was created in partnership by the Alabama Humanities Foundation and the Historic Huntsville Foundation, with a mission to capture, document, and share oral histories of the successful, non-violent civil rights movement in Huntsville, Alabama.

Events
8TH ANNUAL POP UP PARKS
Oct 27

Temporary mini-parks designed and installed by local businesses and...

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Apollo: When We Went to the Moon
Oct 27

Apollo: When We Went to the Moon , chronicles the timeline from the...

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Ballpark Tours
Oct 27

Come get a behind-the-scenes look at beautiful Toyota Field! For just $10...

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Botanical Garden Virtual Tour
Oct 27

The Garden is open with limited capacity and a new Golden Hour on Wednesday...

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BTL's Walk 2 Broadway
Oct 27

Broadway Theatre League (BTL) has presented 60 seasons in Huntsville since...

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