John Lewis at Center for Civil and Human Rights

John Lewis at the dedication of the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta; (c) Soul Of America

Atlanta

Atlanta is a bold expression of black heritage and modern aspirations that spark black pride. Though visits often start with Centennial Olympic Park, African-Americans typically head to Martin Luther King’s church, childhood home and shared gravesite with Coretta, explore the largest collection of black colleges, historic churches, Afrocentric restaurants, trendy nightclubs and superb art galleries.

History

Cultural Sites

Restaurants & Nightclubs

Shops & Galleries

Spas & Inns

Places of Worship

Historic Sites

Auburn Avenue

Sisters of Spelman on Founders Day

From Civil Rights Movement To Power Sharing

Hip-Hop and Neo-Soul

Soul Food Tradition

Atlanta Honors Tuskegee Airmen

General Attractions

Arts

Family Attractions

Trivia & Famous Residents

Hotels

Events



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