The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Opens this Summer in Atlanta–Become Part of the Excitement.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Grand Opening is just around the corner. On June 23rd the Center will open its doors to the world.

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The space will feature a civil rights gallery, a human rights gallery, and flexible spaces for events, field trips, broadcasts, public gatherings and a retail space. Permanent exhibitions will include The Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Collection. Other installations and experiences will change frequently, addressing the human rights issues in the headlines.

Using the power of narratives and storytelling, the Center will explore human rights including issues of religion, women’s rights, sexual orientation, cultural expression and racial and ethnic conflict in communities in the United States and across the world.

There are many ways for you to get involved in this exciting and historic experience. You can:

BE A PART OF HISTORY! Join our Build a Foundation for the Future campaign and have your name permanently displayed on a tiled wall in our lobby. Purchase a tile today ($250) and receive two free tickets to The Center and two tickets to one of our special preview tours before our Grand Opening! (Proceeds fund free admissions for youth, educational programming and exhibits.)

BECOME A MEMBER! Membership includes unlimited visits, special access to programs, events and other great benefits.

VOLUNTEER WITH US! Volunteers needed to serve in a variety of roles from Exhibit Interpreters and Visitor Liaisons to Event Attendants.

PARTICIPATE IN OUR PROGRAMING! We are committed to offering informative programs, convening groups concerned with civil and human rights, and hosting dynamic events.
START A HUMAN RIGHTS BOOK OR FILM CLUB! Our website offers lists of books and movies on a range of human rights issues.

Visit http://www.civilandhumanrights.org/ for more information.

The Center will also provide special event space to accommodate everything from a corporate meeting or conference breakout session to a holiday gathering, wedding reception, or dinner party. Visit the event planning page of our website for floor plans, menu options, audio/visual capabilities and complete event planning information. You can book your next event by emailing Olinda Slayton oslayton@civilandhumanrights.org.

Group rates are available for groups of ten or more. It is perfect for family reunions, student groups and school field trips. Guided tours available for groups that book through our group sales department.

SIGN UP FOR THE CCHR NEWSLETTER! Receive our newsletter and stay up to date on programs and event. Visit: www.civilandhumanrights.org

 

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