Moton Bookstore – September Featured Items & Audio Tour

The Moton Museum continues to promote our audio tour experience designed and curated by the Education Team helps to orientate visitors with the permanent exhibit Moton School Story: Children of Courage. The Education Team curated separate audio tours for galleries 2-6. Gallery 1, the Auditorium, begins the visitor experience with the film Strike: A Call To Action. The Education Team plans to continue work to expand on the audio tours and add new elements over the next few months. The audio tour is accessible via QR codes located throughout the museum. Visitors can stop by the Moton Bookstore upon check-in to learn more about the audio tour and directions on access it. Visitors are encouraged to bring their headphones.

Additionally, the Moton Bookstore is beginning a new promotion where they have three monthly featured items. This months featured items include our Barbara Johns Portrait, Strike! A Call to Action film, and She Persisted written by Chelsea Clinton and illustrated by Alexandra Boiger . Make a visit to the bookstore today. Educators and Veterans are eligible to receive a 15% discount on purchases. Our Moton Bookstore is the only space in our area that provides civil rights based literature and resources.  Educators and Veterans receive a 15% bookstore discount.

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