Students in Greensboro ignited a youth-led movement that challenged racial inequality throughout the South.
For the first time in United States history, a national trail has been assembled that connects the various cities across the South that strongly influenced the Civil Rights Movement.
On the anniversary of Emmett Till's death, and with the case recently reopened, we are launching a two-part series on the national Civil Rights Trail, which tells the story of our nation's racial progress.
How the North Carolina writer's own struggle for equality intersects with his debut novel about the very recent history of gay love in America.
Harriet Jacobs and her groundbreaking book represent true history in Edenton, North Carolina.
The story behind the novel 'Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League' by Jonathan Odell.
A new film series from the Southern Foodways Alliance honors veterans of the South's lunch counter protests.
See the real-life Alabama city that inspired the Academy Award-nominated film.
Two Best Picture noiminees depict the South on screen.
Spurred on by 50th anniversaries of landmark events, high-profile civil rights museums are springing up across the South, with Atlanta leading the charge.