For my birthday in 2014, I was still living in Atlanta. Melo flew in and we visited the newly opened National Center for Civil and Human Rights. We were excited to see how the center had decided to curate the era of the civil rights struggle as well as human rights issues from around the world. One of my human rights law professors at Agnes had also helped train the staff at the museum.
We got there late in the afternoon not realizing that the center closed at 5pm instead of 6pm, so we only had about an hour and a half to take a look around. Continue reading Remembering King, Jr.