Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Musuem
The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, named for a leader of the Civil Rights Movement in Savannah, commemorates the history of the local movement.
The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum chronicles the civil rights struggle of the Georgia's oldest African American community from slavery to present.
Three floors of photographic and interactive exhibits include an NAACP Organization exhibit, a fiber optic map of eighty-seven significant civil rights sites and events, and a lunch counter where sit-ins occured. Through its exhibits and collections, the museum seeks to provide a continuous education to the public on the history of the civil rights struggle in Savannah and Georgia.