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Celebrate Black History Month with a Trip to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights for FREE thanks to the Coca Cola Foundation.

It’s official! Promintely displayed on the National Center for Civil and Human Rights website at CivilandHumanRights.org; you can read the words, ” Thanks to The Coca-Cola Foundation, admission is free January 28 — February 28, 2019. Click below to learn more. “

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The Coca-Cola Foundation has issued a $1 Million dollar grant to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights enabling them to offer Free Admission to all visitors for January 28th 2019 through the end of February 2019. Ticket prices are normally, $19.99 for Adults, $15.99 for Youth, $17.99 for Students, $17.99 for seniors and Free for Children under 6.


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15 YEAR OLD SON was dragged into this tour by his debate coach. 6 hours later, he returned with a message – “Mom, we have got to go back this weekend!” He and his buddies loved it…a big accomplishment for any museum when it comes to teenage boys.


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The Center located in Downtown Atlanta was initially established in 2007 and it’s new 42,000-square-foot state-of-the art facility sits prominently adjacent to the World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium. The land that the New facility is built upon was also actually donated by the Coca-Cola Company.

The Center states,” Our purpose is to create a safe space for visitors to explore the fundamental rights of all human beings so that they leave inspired and empowered to join the ongoing dialogue about human rights in their communities. ”

The Mission for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a Universal One. Moreover, the center asserts, “The mission of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is to empower people to take the protection of every human’s rights personally. Through sharing stories of courage and struggle around the world, The Center encourages visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the role they play in helping to protect the rights of all people.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights harnesses Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights.”

Visitors will be impressed and proud as the enter the Center. The design is Stunning; filled with light and modern touches throughout. There is purposeful excellence observable from the first sight of the center and a feeling of pure awe as you walk through.

The Center currently features three primary exhibits including; The American Civil Rights Movement, The Global Human Rights Movement, and The Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection. CivilandHumanRights.org says, “The individual galleries engage visitors through a combination of powerful imagery, compelling artifacts, and poignant storytelling. Visitors leave inspired and empowered to join the ongoing dialogue about human rights in their communities.”

Even more wonderful, is the fact that the National Center for Civil and Human Rights was open and able to offer Free Admission during Super Bowl LIII, held in Atlanta, GA this year only a stone’s throw away.

For More Information and to Plan a Visit during Black History Month please visit the main site at CivilandHumanRights.org.

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