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National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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sactokw wrote a review 11 Feb
Northern Cal907 contributions195 helpful votes
Well organized and highly informative. Learn about human rights and the struggle for civil rights. Could easily spend 4-5 hours learning and reading the displays, which were well written and researched. Location is next to Centennial Park, World of Coca-Cola, and Aquarium. Free admission the first Sunday of the month for BOA members. Go and learn.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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racquelke wrote a review 4 Feb
New York City, New York11 contributions1 helpful vote
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The Center is a must do in Atlanta. Informative and interactive. It is comprehensive in its coverage of history of racism and civil rights in the US, especially in the South. Would suggest spending at least 1.5-2 hours here.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Paula R wrote a review Nov 2020
Atlanta, Georgia35 contributions55 helpful votes
Imagine sitting at a lunch counter where you are hated for the color of your skinand you are the first Black people to be at that counter. Close your eyes and put on earphones and listen to what it sounded and felt like for the courageous pioneers of the Civil Rights movement, circa 1960. Uforgettable. Photgraphs from the Civil Rights era. Exquisite pieaces of art sprinkled about. Good for a couple of hours.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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King B wrote a review Nov 2020
West Palm Beach, Florida357 contributions60 helpful votes
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, a moving experience. Visited the center and were totally overwhelmed by the exhibits and photographs. Don't miss the lunch counter for a moving experience.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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TERESA V wrote a review Oct 2020
Aberdeen, United Kingdom3 contributions
You will understand so many things ,you will be a different person when you come out of this great museum ! I hugged and cried with the greeters, never had a similar experience before in my whole life !
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Date of experience: November 2019
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