Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center, Scottsboro

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The Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center is a museum and cultural center located at 428 West Willow Street in Scottsboro, Alabama, in the United States. Its focus is on the Scottsboro Boys, nine African American teenagers falsely accused in 1931 of raping two white women while hoboing on a train.

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  • This is a must-see in Scottsboro. I spent time with Sheila Washington, who oversees the museum and she can weave a story. Scottsboro's history is America's history and here you can learn the true... 
    This is a must-see in Scottsboro. I spent time with Sheila Washington, who oversees the museum and she can weave a story. Scottsboro's history is America's history and here you can learn the true...  more »
  • While driving around following Civil Rights trails, we drove into Scottsboro and were pleased to find a Center devoted to the Scottsboro Boys. The center is educational and full of details. The... 
    While driving around following Civil Rights trails, we drove into Scottsboro and were pleased to find a Center devoted to the Scottsboro Boys. The center is educational and full of details. The...  more »
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  • This place is absolutely amazing! It is truly a hidden gem in Scottsboro! This little place holds so much amazing history. I truly loved my experience here as did my entire group! I would definitely recommend a visit!
  • Beautiful presentation by the director of the museum. This is a story we should not forget because it is an example of injustice continually dealt out to melanin-rich Americans throughout our history. Everyone who cares about educating our society and preventing future atrocities should support, visit, and donate to this museum and its restoration project.

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