International group visits continue at the Tuskegee History Center with teachers from New Zealand stopping by in October to learn about American civil rights history from Atty. Fred Gray. Group leader Roydon Agent continues to return to America to hear the stories from American history makers. Agent makes connections relating the American Civil Rights Movement with parallels to New Zealand minority groups. He commented that hearing stories from history makers, being exposed to recent scholarship and new trends of interpretation made him a more relevant and effective teacher.