Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour

Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour

Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour

Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour tells the story of Harlem’s impact on the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s, emphasizing important moments and northern Civil Rights Leaders who worked hard and sacrificed for many of our current civil rights.

 

• Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour starts with video presentation inside the Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural, which is located within a few minutes walk of Harlem’s most historic civil rights sights – walk in the footsteps of Malcolm X, Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Rev. Wyatt T, Walker and many others.

 

• Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tour is accompanied with portable images, sound and video, imagine listening to Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” as your guided through the life and times of Harlem civil rights history.

 

• Harlem Civil Rights Walking Tours is lead by born and raised Harlem resident who has understanding of local Harlem culture because of living in community entire life.

 

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Time:

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Price:

$25.00 Per Person – $20.00 Per Person for groups of 15 or more – every Friday + other days on the calendar

Meet:

Harlem Heritage Tourism & Cultural Center. 104 Malcolm X Blvd. between 115th & 116th Streets. #2 and # 3 trains on IRT line (red on subway maps) arrive directly to meeting location.


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Comments

  1. haim radzi
    November 20th

    Hi,

    I am coming to NY in Dec (20-27) and wanted to take one of your tours.
    I want to try and see which day is best to plan this for and hear your recommendations.

    Please get back to me with your recommendations.

    Thanks,

  2. nealshoemaker
    November 20th

    Hello,

    The following link will take you to the schedule page for December. We look forward to seeing you in Harlem: http://www.harlemheritage.com/calendar/

    Thanks.

  3. Since we never received a contract from you, we will not be coming on June 12. It is disappointing that in 3 phone calls and an email before this that you could not make a solid commitment to my students’ field trip.

    Debbie Parker
    New Fairfield Middle School
    New Fairfield, Connecticut

    • nealshoemaker
      January 26th

      Hello Debbie,

      Much apologies for not responding to this comment, no excuses. I hope that we can talk and possibly work together in the future, Harlem is a beautiful place filled with culture and excitement and it would our extreme joy to be reconsidered by New Fairfield Middle School.

      My direct cell is 646 302-1575 – Call me and I will make it up to you.

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