Tuesday • July 23
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Historic Civil Rights Sites
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Travel'n On will travel to Richmond, Virginia to visit the city's Civil Rights sites. Then its off to Detroit, Michigan to see what the Henry Ford Museum is doing for Black History Month and finally well travel to Mongomery, Alabama, the birthplace of the civil rights movement.
Episode Segments:
Richmond, Virginia
The Richmond Virginia Area represents the plight of African-Americans, but also demonstrates how far the African-American community, and America itself, has come as well. Erin Bagnello of the Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitor's Bureau joins Ian and Tonya to share the Virginia Capital]s rich African-American history and more!
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Henry Ford Museum
Just outside of Detroit in nearby Dearborn Michigan is the Henry Ford Museum, a place where history comes alive. There you'll find one-of-a-kind artifacts representative of American history and African-American history. Tom Varitek of the Henry Ford Museum tells us all about it, and as you'll learn, it's much, much more than a car museum.
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Montgomery, Alabama
Montgomery Alabama is the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement. From its landmarks and centers of Civil Rights Education, it's a must-see for anyone seeking to understand America's civil rights history. Dawn Hathcock of the Montgomery Convention and Visitor's Bureau joins the program to tell us more about her city's legacy and historical attractions.
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