No Easy Journey


No Easy Journey is a permanent exhibit of photographs, text, and material objects designed to recall the turburlent times of the Civil Rights Movement, which brought about permanent changes in the way blacks and whites would live together in Claiborne County.

The exhibit is installed in the William ‘Matt’ Ross Administration Building, which was completed in 1994 and named in honor of the first black supervisor in 20th century Claiborne County, elected in 1967.