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Campers prepare to board busses to Alabama sites of the Civil Rights Movement
Learning about Kingian nonviolence enroute to Alabama
An on-bus interview with King Center Director of Marketing and Digital Media Djuan Coleon (at left)
N.O.W. Encounter participants get orientation at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
Leaving Birmingham's historic 16th St. Baptist Church
Docent Shirley Cherry at Montgomery's Dexter Avenue Memorial Baptist Church parsonage, where Dr. King had his transformational "kitchen table experience" shows N.O.W. Enounter participants where Dr. King sat and prayed for strength and guidance one difficult night during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
N.O.W. Encounter participants listen to an instructor as they are shown a photo of Dr. King speaking during the Montgomery Bus Boycott -- in 'Bricklayers' Hall.' the very room where Dr. King spoke to supporters during the boycott. The site is now the headquarters of the Southern Youth Leadership Development Institute.
Cindy Noon, chaperoine of the New Mexico youth, shares her feelings and impressions about the visit to Montgomery.
(L-R) Lead N.O.W. Encounter instructor Charles Alphin, instructor Barbara Harrison, King Center C.E.O. Bernice A. King join youth in prayer in Montgomery Bus Boycott headquarters.
King Center CEO Bernice A King (rt) with civil rights movement veteran activist Doris Crenshaw, founder and CEO of the Southern Youth Leadership Development Institute in Montgomery.