about the trail

The Anniston Civil Rights Trail recognizes and remembers key events and significant sites and people in the city of Anniston during the American Civil Rights Movement (1954-1968). Along the trail, visitors will uncover acts of bravery and violence, cooperation and resistance. The Trail is an introduction to the cultural changes that would transform Anniston into the city it is today. Explore more on this site as you travel the Anniston Civil

Rights Trail.


The Anniston Civil Rights Trail is presented by the Anniston Civil Rights and Heritage Committee and made possible by the City of Anniston, the Alabama Department of Tourism, the Alabama Historical Commission Black Heritage Council and Jacksonville

State University.

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