Schedule a Speaker or a Display
If you and your group would like a private tour or would like a civil rights display and presentation at an upcoming event, please contact the Project Coordinator via email or telephone. For more information about upcoming special tours or events, please follow our social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @ColumbiaSC63.
Jonathon Johnson – Project Coordinator, Columbia SC 63: Our Story Matters – firstname.lastname@example.org – Office: (803) 851-5064
All walking tours will begin at the African American Monument on the Sumter Street side of the Statehouse grounds. Upon departing the grounds of the Statehouse, the tour guide will lead the group down Main Street, where the tour will end at City Hall. The tour takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete. Private tours cost $5 per person in attendance.
Share Your Story
Too many of Columbia’s pivotal moments and landmark decisions have been forgotten. Too many of our stories have never been heard. A complete rendering of South Carolina’s Civil Rights Movement and its dramatic impact on the quest for democracy and social justice does not exist.
By gathering images, artifacts, and testimony, the mission of the Columbia SC 63 project is to ensure that a more accurate and expansive history becomes familiar to all. The stories of those who lived it, are touched by it, and continue to tell it are integral to this project, and we want to hear from you.
Take a moment to submit your story, and become a part of the Columbia SC 63 project.