National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta

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The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum dedicated to the achievements of the civil rights movement in the United States and the broader worldwide human rights movement. Located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the museum opened to the public on June 23, 2014.
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  • Really makes a difference when you can see the history of changes made and those to come, right in front of you. 
    Really makes a difference when you can see the history of changes made and those to come, right in front of you.  more »
  • Very impressive Museum, making great use of different media techniques. Very educational, tons of historical material. Our young adult son was also very impressed. What an incredible experience 
    Very impressive Museum, making great use of different media techniques. Very educational, tons of historical material. Our young adult son was also very impressed. What an incredible experience  more »
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  • I really enjoyed visiting this museum. The Sit In experience, short film showing the mistreatment of the Freedom Riders, along with the picture display of Martin Luther King Jr. on the balcony before and after his murder was heartbreaking and very informative. This museum has three floors and the history of equal rights for ALL people along with the Jim Crow law and other important events during that period of time was beautifully put together. Awesome place to visit for people of all ages and nationalities.💕
  • I love this museum. It does an awesome job of giving the history of not only civil rights in Atlanta but also the entire world. My only critique would be the lack of new exhibits. While I appreciate the exhibits and memorabilia that is currently on display, I would still like to see more information about current struggles or other issues be highlighted.

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