Service, Citizenship, and Civil Rights

Soldiers march past a building at the National Infantry Museum

Generously funded by a grant from the Breman Foundation of Atlanta, Service, Citizenship, and Civil Rights is a ten-panel traveling exhibit that traces the history of veterans with a focus on those who have experienced marginalization due to membership in various identity groups. Through connection, communication, shared struggle and common experiences, veterans have found ways to push for civil rights and recognition within the military and beyond.

This exhibit opening, on June 2, 2022, at the MHHE, included a panel discussion of veterans and group reflection activites for visitors. 

Panel discussion at exhibit opening

Exhibit Supplements: 

Click here to explore the Veteran Stories website designed to accompany the exhibit.

Click here to share your reflections on the meaning of military service to you and your family and help us evaluate the exhibit!

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Please email us to inquire about availability of this traveling exhibit for your organization.

Image credit: National Infantry Museum

 

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