International Civil Rights Center & Amp; Museum

(Last Updated On: October 13, 2016)



October 15th

A Gift From Greensboro, is a moving story, exquisitely illustrated, about two boys–one black, the other white–who spend their summer days riding bikes to eat lunch at the Woolworth’s in Greensboro in 1975. That the boys can be friends is a testament to the 1960’s sit-in’s that paved the way and altered our country’s history!
Hear the story read by the author and purchase a book for signing!

October 22nd

Join Ms. Breanna Hayes, a native of Greensboro, NC and graduate of North Carolina A&T State University for both her graduate and undergraduate degree in Food & Nutritional Sciences, as she reads and educates youth on healthy eating choices for all of your Fall/Winter holidays and celebrations!

Currently, Breanna works as a Health Educator at the Millis Regional Health Education Center in High Point. Millis is a great opportunity for children to come to an environment where learning about the human body and health in an interactive environment. “Edutainment” is what we aim for with every group.

October 29th

Promises, is a warm, gracefully illustrated story that brings to life a moving, hope-filled story about a young child contending with her mom’s battle with breast cancer.
*This is in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness month.