Deep South Trip Homepage

On April 15, 2001, 36 Lincoln-Sudbury students and 4 faculty embarked on a trip through the Deep South. The purpose of the trip was to find and follow the trail of the Civil Rights Movement, to speak to some who had been involved in it, and to see a part of the country most New Englanders never do. By the time we had completed the trip, we had traveled almost 1500 miles, through five states, two times zones, and several states of mind. This cyber photo album documents our journey, what we saw and found.

Begin the Journey
or skip to your favorite destination by clicking its state above.


Student and Faculty Reflections

After you're finished your tour of the Web Site, you might wish to read these trip reflections by the students and faculty.


Media Coverage of Trip
Sudbury Town Crier, April 11, 2001
Lincoln Journal, May 3, 2001
Boston Globe, May 10, 2001


Off-site Links
The Seattle Times presents: a Photo Tour of the Civil Rights Movement
The Park Service presents: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement


Lincoln-Sudbury policy prohibits the identification by name of students in photographs.

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional H.S. Homepage


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