Making the Movement: Civil Rights Museum is a traveling exhibition that explores the impact that material culture had on the success of the Civil Rights Movement. The objects — pinbacks, pamphlets, mailers, posters, and flyers — helped the movement achieve its objectives of putting an end to segregation and disfranchisement, and each artifact reflects the evolving goals and tactics of those involved in the struggle for equality.

To book the exhibition or for more information, contact David L. Crane at makingthemovement@gmail.com

Separate and Unequal: Emancipation-1938

Finish the Fight, 1939-1950

Segregation and Desegregation, 1951-1959

Growing the Movement, 1960-1965

Visions of Freedom, 1966-1980s

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