Lawyer Jin’s father is also a lawyer, and he belongs to the middle class. Putting aside the personal superiority and peaceful life, devoting himself to the struggle for human rights is admirable. The Memorial Hall is relatively simple and rich in exhibits. The photo below shows the lawyer's uniform he wore. There is a clear pool in the garden, and the water flows down from a high place, symbolizing his extraordinary life. Black girl with altar. The funeral scene is grand. The house where Lawyer Jin was born. Lawyer Jin and the staff on duty at the Memorial Center. Lawyer Kim and Gandhi. Lawyer and Mrs. Jin.
We are planning to travel to Atlanta, and a friend listed us some things we can do to stroll around. We finally took time to visit here extra. Very nice place, very interesting and touching. The human rights movement in 1960 was different from what we are now referring to and should be remembered. The exhibits here tell the story of this movement and are thought-provoking.