The exterior design of the National Citizens and Human Rights Center is very modern. The design is driven by the idea of creating an event space. It is an iconic structure with two eye-catching curved walls. The feature is an elegant glass and steel water sculpture to celebrate civil rights and human rights. . There is a Martin Luther King manuscript inside.
What is recorded here is the history of the black movement fighting for liberation in American history. It is mainly picture displays and fragments of some old movies. Since it is right next to the Georgia Aquarium and the Coca-Cola Museum, you can stop by and take a look. Local schools in the United States also organize educational activities.
The whole building is very modern. It is the human rights center of the United States, which promotes the democratic characteristics of the United States. It is not necessary for foreigners to come here. You can look at the buildings here when you pass by.
A museum on civil rights has a clear theme, and it does carry a little bit of Western ideology... Therefore, politics and democracy are both symbols of strength. my country must be self-reliant to gain a foothold.
Very good experience. There are Martin Luther King’s manuscripts and the original version of i have a dream. You can learn about black history. The most important thing is that the famous bus is opposite to Coca-Cola for activities. I have visited this exhibition of Coca-Cola. Free of charge
The whole process is a great experience. From the time of apartheid, to the current era. I suggest that friends first go to the Atlanta History Center, then visit the Civil War exhibition, and then come back here. The time is well arranged. As everyone said, the Woolworth lunch counter is not to be missed. Close your eyes and do it with your heart, which is emotionally touching. The double-edged sword of technology and how to interweave the liberation and abuse of human rights is a good debate.
At first I thought this attraction was free, because he was right next to the World of Coca-Cola, so he went to visit. But the entrance fee to Hedao is $19.90, so just take a few photos outside.