"MOTHER OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT"
One of the NAACP's most cherished goals was to end lynching in the United States. Galvanized by the last recorded lynching in Maryland, Lillie Carroll Jackson, Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr., Juanita Jackson Mitchell, Carl Murphy, Thurgood Marshall, Margaret Carey and their many allies worked tirelessly toward ending the practice of lynching and other racial injustices
in our country.
Throughout the museum, discover their journeys from local to national victories that have changed the nation for all Americans.
Now offering Virtual Tours:
LCJM has developed a virtual tour experience for visitors who are unable to travel to the museum. You may contact us through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or click on our "Visit" tab to schedule a virtual tour.
Wednesdays: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Fridays: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturdays: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Contact the Museum to plan a group visit outside of these advertised hours or schedule a tour through our "Tours" page under the "Visit" tab.
Labor Day observed, Sep. 3
Thanksgiving, Nov. 24 - 26
Winter Break, Dec. 21 - Jan. 2, 2023
The Museum will reopen to the public on Jan. 4, 2023
Inclement Weather Policy
The museum will follow the delays and closures of Morgan State University, Morgan.edu.
Additionally, because of our location, LCJM may follow delays and closures of Baltimore City Public Schools.
Please contact the museum to verify the closure status, if you plan to visit and have concerns.
- Wed, Dec 14Virtual Lecture
- Sun, Nov 20BaltimoreNov 20, 2022, 3:10 PMBaltimore, 3107 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218, USAJoin us as George Lakey, a queer, Quaker activist and master storyteller, shares lessons he learned during his lifetime involvement in nonviolent struggles for peace, civil rights, LGBTQ rights, labor justice, and the environment.