National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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Birthplace of Martin Luther King, leader of the civil rights movement that put an end to racial segregation, Atlanta is the only city in Southeast America to have consistently elected a black mayor since 1974. It is perhaps not surprising then, that since 2014 it has been home to the National center for civil and human rights in the United States, which seeks to put a perspective on the different struggles for freedom and equality taking place or that have taken place in the world.

Useful information

Address:

100 Ivan Allen Jr Boulevard North West Atlanta

Phone:

+1 678-999-8990

Price:

18.25 $ (children 14.25 $)

Opening hours

10am-5pm, Sun noon-5pm (last admission 4pm) - closed Mon Sep-Mar

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