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Allows students the opportunity to walk where history was made and heroes were revealed.
We begin our journey in Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthplace and the location of his church, Ebeneezer Baptist Church. From Atlanta we travel to Montgomery, Alabama, where Rosa Parks made her heroic stand by not giving up her seat on the city bus in 1955. We then travel to Selma, Alabama, and the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the site of "Bloody Sunday", where marches took place to secure African-Americans the right to vote. The journey continues on to Birmingham, Alabama, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. On opposite corners to the museum are the 16th Street Baptist Church, where four little girls were killed in a church bombing, and Kelly Ingraham Park where protesters were taken to jail for standing up for their constitutional rights. We wrap up our journey by going to Memphis, Tennessee, where Dr. King was assassinated.
The Civil Rights Bus Tour is a life-impacting and life-changing trip.
Provides the Cedarville community an opportunity to view interesting and challenging films from around the world and to peer into often unfamiliar cultures through the eyes of the cultures themselves.