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Before Selma, before Montgomery, there was Farmville, where young people made history. The Civil Rights movement came to Farmville, Virginia, thanks to the courage of students protesting inequality.
The Moton Museum’s permanent exhibition, The Moton School Story: Children of Courage, tells the stories of the Prince Edward students who expanded the meaning of equality for all Americans.
Moton School Story Digital Exhibit
The Moton School Story Digital Exhibit site is the companion digital experience to our award winning permanent exhibition Moton School Story: Children of Courage.
They Closed Their Schools by Bob Smith This book tells the 13-year civil rights history of Prince Edward County between 1951-1964. It is broken into three sections: Strike, Massive Resistance, and
Here is a list of website resources we recommend to learn more about the Moton Museum and civil rights history in Prince Edward County.
If you wish, we can arrange interviews with individuals who were a part of the student walkout of 1951 or students locked out of schools between 1959 and 1964.
Biography: Barbara Rose Johns Powell, 1935–1991
Barbara Rose Johns, a civil rights activist, was one of the key figures in Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka. Learn more about her life and work.
Meet Barbara Johns
Biography: Reverend L. Francis Griffin, Sr., 1917-1980
Rev. Leslie Francis Griffin (September 15, 1917 – January 18, 1980) embodied a life of service. One of Rev. Griffin’s legacies is being a mentor and supporter of the black students in Prince Edward County.
Meet Rev. Griffin
Brown v. Board of Education
Although the landmark case is often taught in schools, what isn’t taught is its connection to Farmville and Moton High School. Learn more about the local connection to the Supreme Court case that ended segregation in schools.
Moton Interview Series
The Moton interview series features historians, teachers, and storytellers all involved with the Moton Museum and can be used as an oral history source, or for entertainment purposes.
Listen To The Interview Series
Moton Magazine Project
The magazine project is a collaboration between the Moton Museum and Longwood University. Each magazine has several stories from those who were locked out of schools between 1959 and 1964.
Browse The Magazines
The Moton Mailbag is a weekly listener question show in which our listeners submit questions for Cainan Townsend & Leah Brown to answer. Questions are focused on African American history, museum education, cultural topics, and more.
Listen To The Podcast
If You Don’t Know, Now You Know Podcast
If You Don't Know Now You Know (IYDKNYK) is a special podcast through the Moton Museum. Each episode will take a dive into a specific history topic, individual, etc. and strive to give our listeners a functional understanding of the topic.
Listen To The Podcast
Prince Edward County School Closings
Prince Edward County was at the center of a storm of protest against school desegregation. The school closings had lasting impact on local people.
Find Out What Happened
Digital School Programs
The Moton Museum staff offers a variety of programs with the goal of preparing students to ask questions of the past while learning how American democracy has changed through the years.
The Moton Museum is housed in the former Robert Russa Moton High School, which served as the high school for African Americans during segregation and is now a National Historic
Engage Your Students
The Voice of Prince Edward County
The Voice of Prince Edward County Project was facilitated by Hampden-Sydney College students in the course “Building a Community Archive: The Voice of Prince Edward and the Moton Story.”
Ways to Give to Moton
Any gift has the ability to make an impact that far exceeds its size. Together we can work to share the Moton Story and ensure that countless individuals know how Prince Edward County became the birthplace of the student-led civil rights movement.
2020 gifts helped us engage with more than 20,000 individuals via our onsite and offsite programming.
Help us continue this important work with your gift. All donations are tax deductible.
Check out the various ways that your gift can make an impact on behalf of Moton!