Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta

Center for Civil and Human Rights in Centennial Park, Atlanta; (c) Soul Of America/Kalin Thomas


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Cultural Sites
MLK Visitor Center, Auburn Avenue Research Library, Black Colleges and Theatre … More

Restaurants and Nightclubs
Atlanta traditional 7 upscale Soul Food along with trend-setting nightclubs … More

Shops and Galleries
You must include Gems of Africa and Shrine of the Black Madonna Bookstore on your itinerary … More

Atlanta History
In 1812 the first European Americans settled here, bringing enslaved Africans with them … More

Celebrating The Sisters of Spelman on Founders Day
Few colleges evoke the reverence of Spelman. It’s reputation has been culled since 1881 … More

Places of Worship
Old Ebenezer Baptist, New Ebenezer Baptist, Big Bethel AME, Butler Street CME, Wheat Street Baptist … More

Spas & Inns
The city sports a small number of trend-setting spas certain the make women of color sparkle … More

Historic Sites
MLK Center for Non-violent Social Change, Martin Luther King, Jr. Birth Home, Atlanta Life Insurance, 100 Black Men of America … More

From Civil Rights Movement to Power Sharing
Even in 1960, Jim Crow was still a harsh fact of life. There were “Whites Only” and “Colored Only” signs … More

Hip-Hop and Neo-Soul
Atlanta rivals New York and Los Angeles as a recording center of the Hip-Hop industry … More

Soul Food Tradition
The ATL has a charming, well-deserved reputation as a Capital of Soul Food … More

Auburn Avenue
“Sweet Auburn” was the affectionate name given to a one-mile-long, two-block-wide corridor near the heart of Downtown. During its heyday it was a Mecca for Black Atlantans. Today it is the front door to black culture … More

Atlanta Honors Tuskegee Airmen
With the release of Red Tails movie, the Tuskegee Airmen finally started getting the recognition … More

General Attractions
Underground Atlanta features unique shopping, dining and nightlife complex in the city’s historic railroad depot … More

Gems of Africa, Atlanta Shops & Galleries

Gems of Africa, Atlanta

High Museum of Art, Museum of Design, Wren’s Nest Museum and Callanwolde Fine Arts … More

Family Attractions
Georgia Aquarium, IMAGINE IT! Children’s Museum, and World of Coca Cola located across from … More

Trivia, Radio Stations and Famous Residents
Martin Luther King Jr, Coretta Scott King, Andrew Young and Maynard Jackson as well as … More

Events held annually in or near Atlanta … More


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