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Civil Rights (700 x 291 px)


Due to the sensitive nature of this content, GSSA recommends that girls be Junior level (4th grade and up) to watch the video.  Parental discretion is recommended. 

Join Michelle Browder as she takes you through the Girl Scouts Civil Rights History Trek. Michelle is the owner and operator of the More Than Tours touring company which provides educational tours about the history of racial inequality in Montgomery, Alabama.

Starting at the historic marker identifying Alabama's Indigenous people, to the historic Riverfront, through the streets of Montgomery, and ending at the brand new mural dedicated to Claudette Colvin’s life.  Michelle will show you how girls and women have always been essential to America’s progression towards racial equality.

Prepare for the journey of a lifetime through art, history, and courageous conversations. Get ready to be inspired and become an agent of change in your community!  

A special thank you to the Alabama Humanities Alliance, Michelle Browder - More Than Tours, Paul Searcy, and Rosanna Smith - PCS Marketing, LLC, and  Dr. Melissa Blair, Associate Professor of History, Auburn University and Girl Scout Troop Leader.

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If you would like to learn more about what you have seen in the video or additional stories about the women in the civil rights movement, here are some additional resources. 


  • Stamped From The Beginning by Iram Kendi
  • My Grand Mothers Hands by Resmaa Menakem 
  • Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson 
  • The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein 
  • American Hate: Survivors Speak Out by Arjun Singh Sethi 

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