Anniversary to Commemorate the Civil Rights Demonstrations, Inc.


                 The 1963 - '64 Civil Rights History of St. Augustine, Florida

Civil Rights Museum Tours

Contact Liz at (904) 347-1382 to schedule a tour today.  Visit the Museum page for operating hours.

THINGS TO DO:

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ACCORD Freedom Trail

Brochures for the Freedom Trail's self-guided tour are available at the St. Augustine Visitor Information Center in Downtown, St. Augustine,

HIGHLIGHTS

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The Anniversary to Commemorate the Civil Rights Demonstrations, Inc. (The 40th ACCORD) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization envisioned in 2002, established in 2003, and incorporated in 2004.

"REMEMBERING, RECOGNIZING, AND HONORING . . ."

WHO WE ARE

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Our Mission is "Remembering, Recognizing, and Honoring all those who risked their lives to attain civil rights for all and celebrating St. Augustine's pivotal role in the Civil Rights Act of 1964." 

OUR MISSION

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Cell Phone  Audio Tour

From a cell phone, dial into our self guided audio tour of the ACCORD Freedom Trail. (904) 335-3002

- June 2003, Renaming of Scott St. to R.B. Hayling Place

- 2007-2014, ACCORD Freedom Trail &  Luncheons with notable guest speakers

- 2012, Self-guided Audio Tour

- July 2014 ACCORD Civil Rights Museum

- May 2017, Slave Cabin Renovation

Slave Cabin

Visit the only slave cabin in St. Johns County, newly renovated through the generosity of the Northrop Grumman Corporation, located at 94 South St.