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Title: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Museum and Center for Non-Violent Social Change


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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Museum and
Center for Non-Violent Social Change
  • Atlanta,
    Georgia

Created in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King as a
living memorial dedicated to preserving the
legacy of her husband.
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Virtual Tour
  • The Martin Luther King Jr. Museum is a very
    strong and powerful place. Right when you walk in
    you could see all of the information all around
    you. It isn't just a place where, here is the
    information read it. It is a place that you can
    really interact and try to understand what black
    people went through.
  • - Emily Fogle
  • (an excerpt)
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The learning experience begins on the walkway to
the center with plaques containing information
and quotes explaining the beliefs that formed the
non-violent method of social change.
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Once you enter the Visitors Center you will see
displays that educate all ages on the Civil
Rights Movement. Most displays are interactive
and encourage people to get involved.
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Discovery Drawers- explaining the culture of
the 60s
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A gallery of B/W images of the movement line the
back wall. The images are displayed in a stark
simple fashion. This was the section of the
museum that generated the most dramatic student
writing.
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The Freedom Walk is the centerpiece of
the museum that commemorates the many groups and
events in the struggle to end segregation. When
you are on the walk, look down to read the
information.
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The Display Area Circled around the
Freedom Walk are six display areas. Segregation
King Family
Call to Lead
Visiting the Mountain
Expanding the Dream Overcoming
Loss
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All display areas run closed-captioned videos.
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Hope for the Future
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Auburn Ave.
  • In the segregated South of the early
    1900s, Sweet Auburn was the center of
    African-American commerce and culture. Created to
    provide the necessities of life, it emerged as
    one of the most successful black neighborhoods in
    America.

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