“Georgia's official civil rights museum”
The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum was established in 1996 and since 2009 recognized as "Georgia's Official Civil Rights Museum." The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum commemorates Civil Rights activities in Savannah led by local leaders such as Dr. Ralph M. Gilbert, Wesley W. Law, Hosea Williams, Mayor Malcolm MacLean and countless others including hundreds of school children, within the context of local African-American history from slavery to the present day. The museum encompasses three floors of photographic and interactive exhibits, including an NAACP Organization exhibit, a fiber optic map of 87 significant civil rights sites and events, a lunch counter where sit ins occurred, and segregation exhibits.
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Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum
- Tue - Sat: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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