Center For Civil And Human Rights - Civil Rights Museums

5 Essential Civil Rights Museums In The Southeast Region

For American history buffs, a trip to the southeast is a chance to gain better insight into the history of the civil rights movement and the struggle for racial equality. There are so many great civil rights museums in the United States that an entire trip can be planned around visiting the top national civil … Continued

Lowcountry Food - Oyster Roast

7 Authentic Lowcountry Food You Must Try

Lowcountry Cooking And The Resilient Gullah People The Gullah people of the Lowcountry are the descendants of African slaves. These resilient people have maintained much of their African heritage with their own culture, food, and language. There is some debate over what boundaries officially designate the Lowcountry. Geographically speaking, the Lowcountry encompasses the coastal regions … Continued

Mississippi Blues Trail - Blues Musicians

11 Day Music History Experience On The Mississippi Blues Trail Tour

If you love good blues music, great food, and historical sightseeing, then a trip along the Mississippi Blues trail is for you. In 2006 the Mississippi Blues Commission placed commemorative signs at key sites to mark the birthplace, history, and influence of blues music. There are 210 Mississippi Blues Trail markers in total, 14 of … Continued