The city the hosts the Atlanta University Center, the largest consortium of historically Black colleges and universities in the country.
Birmingham was a focal point of the civil rights movement, and where the Birmingham campaign took place.
Eastside Cleveland which includes Hough, St. Clair, Superior, and Glenville.
Here the 12th Street Riot and Detroit Race Riot (1943) took place.
East St. Louis, IllinoisEdit
Home of the racially charged East St. Louis Riot.
Hosted the ground-breaking 1972 National Black Political Convention.
Civil rights leader Medgar Evers was based here, and was murdered as well. The Freedom Ride] also visited here, as the farthest out place they went.
Was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Marin County, CaliforniaEdit
The 1979 death of Arthur McDuffie at the hands of white Miami-Dade police officers led to one of the worst race riots in American history.
Features three of the leading historically black colleges and universities in the United States.
New York CityEdit
The Black Panther Party was founded as a response to police brutality.
Langston University is the only historically black college in the state.
Washington has had a significant black population since the city's creation. It was the first major city in America to become majority black and the first major city in America to have a majority black police department.