Greensboro Grassroots Tour

Cultural Walking Tour

Greensboro Grassroots Tour

Greensboro, North Carolina 27401, United States

Created By: Mckenzie Bullins

Tour Information

A walking tour around Greensboro, NC that highlights the Civil Rights culture of the city.

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What You'll See on the Tour

PLAY VIDEO On the campus of North Carolina A & T University, there is a monument, called the February One Monument, which consists of four statues dedicated to the four individuals whom started the sit-in movement in North Carolina. The... Read more
PLAY VIDEO Greensboro is very proud to be the birthplace of this sit-in movement, and the ICRCM (International civil Rights Center & Museum) does a superb job reminding the young and old in Greensboro and others around the country and t... Read more
PLAY VIDEO The Carolina Theatre opened in 1927 and was the largest theater in the Carolinas at the time. It sat around 2,200 people. The theater was the first building in North Carolina to have air conditioning, and the first motion picture... Read more
Democracy Greensboro is an activist group that specifically deals with Greensboro City Council, which encourages the political bodies of the city to be more transparent and consistent with policy making. One instance of their activism in Gr... Read more
The IRC is  a community center and day center for homeless people located on 407 E. Washington street. They provide everything from fundamental services such as showers, laundry, or a mailing address for example, to medical and mental he... Read more
The purpose of Action Greensboro is to “enhance the quality of life for people living in the city” Pushes to economic development within the city of Greensboro, in order to bring to life the “improvements the residents wanted to see... Read more


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