Wed, Sep 25 | Greyhound Bus Station Protest

Anniston Civil Rights Trail

Join us for a Civil Rights tour right here in your own backyard! Lead by local Park Ranger Anthony Bates! This event is free, but Ranger Bates requests smiles and good attitudes. Deadline to sign up is September 18th.
Registration is Closed
Anniston Civil Rights Trail

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Greyhound Bus Station Protest, 1031 Gurnee Ave, Anniston, AL 36201, USA

About the event

"The Anniston's Civil Rights recognizes and remembers key events, significant sites and people in the city of Anniston during the American Civil Rights Movement (1954 - 1968). Along the Trail, you will uncover acts of bravery and violence, cooperation and resistance. The Trail is an introduction to the cultural changes that would transform Anniston into the city it is today."

(Anniston Civil Rights Trail Map, City of Anniston Historic Trails Program,

Join us as well follow this historic trail to nine different historical spots, lead by a professional Park Ranger to discover history right in your own back yard!

All ages welcome! There will be a lot of walking please wear comfortable shoes. 

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