The U.S. Civil Rights Trail is a coalition of more than 100 churches, public service buildings, museums, and other landmarks in the South of the United States.
These played a pivotal role in advancing social justice in the 1950s and 1960s, including those for Black road travelers. Some of the sites on the trail include the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site, New Zion Baptist Church, and many more.
- United States Civil Rights Trail. n.d. “U.S. Civil Rights Trail.”
- Stodghill, Ron. 2018.”On a Civil Rights Trail, Essential Sites, and Indelible Detours.” The New York Times.
- United States Civil Rights Trail Color logo. United States Civil Rights Trail.