This small historic site is well worth a visit! It is located in the original segregated school building of Monroe Elementary and includes several rooms of exhibits related to school and general segregation, civil rights, and relevant situations we experience today.
The information is presented exceptionally well- very thought out, but not overwhelming and the exhibits are new and clean with meaningful interactives. There is something for everyone to experience here. The visitor services employee was incredibly helpful and friendly. They will give you a short introduction and information about the site, and then send you on a self-tour. Expect to spend at least 45 min to an hour here if you want to see it all.
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