Civil Rights Room at the Nashville Public Library

Downtown Library/Archive

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Nashville’s role in the Civil Rights Movement comes alive in this interactive display inside the library’s main branch. Explore the ways black Nashvillians protested segregation, challenged racist laws, and contributed to the nationwide fight for equality through the library’s time lines, archival materials, and photos.
Library/Archive

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615 Church St.
Nashville, Tennessee  37219, USA

615-862–5782

library.nashville.org/research/collection/civil-rights-room

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Rate Includes: Open during regulary library hrs

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