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Hale County Courthouse and Confederate statue in Greensboro
Hale County Courthouse and Confederate statue in Greensboro
The Safe House Museum in Greensboro; in 1968 its owner sheltered Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. from Ku Klux Klan members in the area
The Safe House Museum in Greensboro; in 1968 its owner sheltered Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. from Ku Klux Klan members in the area
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Main Street in Greensboro
Main Street in Greensboro
Magnolia Hall, also known as the McCrary-Otts House, on Otts Street
Magnolia Hall, also known as the McCrary-Otts House, on Otts Street
St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Church Street
St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Church Street
The Safe House Black Historic Museum in Greensboro. Martin Luther King Jr. hid here in 1968 to avoid the Ku Klux Klan. The home is now a museum docume
The Safe House Black Historic Museum in Greensboro. Martin Luther King Jr. hid here in 1968 to avoid the Ku Klux Klan. The home is now a museum documenting African-American history and the Civil Rights Movement.