The Albany Civil Rights Institute is a museum and research center that includes the rehabilitated Old Mount Zion Baptist Church, which was home to the Albany Movement supported by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the NAACP and the Congress for Racial Equality. The institute includes exhibits, interactive displays, a digital oral history database and a resource library that tells the story of life in Georgia before and during the Civil Rights Movement.

Basic Information

Phone: 229-432-1698

Address: 326 West Whitney Avenue, Albany, GA, United States

Online Resources

Albany Civil Rights Movement Museum at Old Mount Zion

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