Stretching from Tuscaloosa over to Auburn, the region includes nine themed trails that highlight everything from BBQ, civil rights and metal art in Selma to Conecuh sausage, pepper jelly, pottery and pecans.
Books on everything from Kentucky Bourbon Country to American slavery and the Southern fiction classics can help enrich your travels.
Rosa Parks Beyond the Bus: Life, Lessons, and Leadership released on Juneteenth and is a collection of inspiring memories compiled from the decade that Rosa Parks was a guest in author H.H. Leonards' home in Washington, D.C.
Did you know that Atlanta, Georgia, is home to one of the most interesting and inspiring museums in the United States?
Experience Alabama's capital through the eyes of a freedom fighter, while also taking in the cuisine and some literary history.
Explore some of the region's most sought-after attractions that can be visited by road or train any time of the year.
This list is for not only the tourist, but also the investigator, discoverer and pioneer.
Consider a road trip to a Southern city this summer and experience warm weather and welcoming people.
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.