CWSCCRM IS SUPPORTED BY: (Platinum Sponsors) South Carolina Humanities • VOLVO • Kenneth Chenault Family Foundation • Quick Family Cecil Williams Photography, LLC • DOMINION ENERGY • Good Neighbor Foundation • Walmart Community Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Young Butler • Andre Rice (Muller & Monroe) • Fulton Family Foundation • Gaylord-Donnelley Foundation • Black Voters Matter • Carolyn Sanders James • Claudia Brinson • Dr. Richard Tyler • Mullikan Law Firm • Williams Sanchez Foundation - Martha Shuler & Wesley Williams Grant • Reggie Gibson • Brooklyn Community Foundation
The Cecil Williams South Carolina Civil Rights Museum recently received a Bridge Grant from South Carolina Humanities, www.schumanities.org. Funding for the Bridge Grants has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan.
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Vanguard of Black America's Struggle For Equality
VIRTUAL TOURS FROM COMFORT & SAFETY OF YOUR DESKTOP COMPUTER OR SMART DEVICE.
VIRTUAL TOUR is an immersive walk-thru of our one-of-a-kind civil rights museum featuring exclusively South Carolina events.
CECIL WILLIAMS SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL RIGHT MUSEUM (Palmetto state's First and Only Civil Rights Museum) honors a generation of people, Black and White, throughout the Palmetto State, who deserve to be remembered for their unselfish commitments and sacrifices. Together, they destroyed Jim Crow, demanded dignity and justice for all people, changed the Constitution, and inspired mankind. Now, through the latest digital technology, Virtual Reality Tours allow an extremely immersive experience for everyone.
"The CWSCCRM is a tranquil place rich in the history of struggle and transformation; a place to reflect on the civil rights movement, to honor those injured and killed during the struggle; to appreciate how far our state and country has come in its quest for equality, and to consider how far it has to go."