Here you will learn the history of the racial injustice of the African Americans in U.S. history at the National Memorial of Peace and Justice.
The National Memorial of Peace and Justice serves as a memorial dedicated to the victims who were mistreated for racial injustice. Here the memorial is made up of 6-acres. This is a place where the lynching and other punishments of many African Americans took place during the Civil Rights Movement.
Visitors will also see different works of art, sculptures, and monuments that honor a number of people who made an impact in the Civil Rights Movement. You will see over 800 monuments that represent a county where lynchings took place because of the racial injustice of the time before equality to all was granted in the laws and various government acts.
This is a great place to stop and see while you are visiting Montgomery, Alabama. Here you can learn more about the importance the Civil Rights Movement made in the history of the United States of America.