Last Thursday April 16, three Jewish veterans of the civil rights movement on tour with Open Hillel, stopped by the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina. They visited the museum after speaking to a group of students at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. At the museum, Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin ran into a school group from Charlotte, NC. The three shared stories from the movement and signed autographs for enthusiastic students!

Civil rights veterans tour with Open Hillel
Civil rights veterans Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin tour with Open Hillel

Civil rights veterans tour with Open Hillel
Civil rights veterans Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin tour with Open Hillel

Civil rights veterans tour with Open Hillel
Civil rights veterans Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin tour with Open Hillel

Civil rights veterans tour with Open Hillel
Civil rights veterans Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin tour with Open Hillel

Civil rights veterans tour with Open Hillel
Civil rights veterans Dorothy Zellner, Ira Grupper, and Larry Rubin tour with Open Hillel