Medgar Evers Home Museum – US Civil Rights Trail
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    Medgar Evers Home Museum

    Medgar Evers, the first NAACP field secretary and prominent civil rights activist and organizer, was assassinated at his home in 1963. This private home – now a National Historic Landmark – has been turned into a museum and restored to look as it did when the Evers family lived there.

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    Address: 2332 Margaret W Alexander Drive, Jackson, MS, United States

    Cost: FREE

    Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

    Attraction Info: Quick Stop

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