Easy to go thru in 30 min or less. Film was interesting. You do feel the history. Memorial starting to show wear from elements so hopefully they will refresh.
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very beautiful memorial : the water flowing over the names of the murdered people flowing back into the streams of history gives an appropriate symbolic salute to those who died in order to give others equal chances. It takes only a moment of your time...More
Very small exhibit - the memorial is interesting. Worth stopping - doesn't take a long time to visit.
We spent quite a while here going through the timeline on the memorial. However, the film that was shown at the Civil Rights Memorial Center put the timeline into perspective. So, best to visit both one right after the other if possible.
We liked the video. It was a nice place to go if you have the time. The video made us aware of others that had been impacted by various events and it was moving. It included current and historical occurrences. We enjoyed putting her name...More
The Civil Rights Memorial is right outside the Civil Rights Memorial Center. It is a small memorial of some of the people who were killed during the civil rights era and some of the events that took place during that period. The memorial is well...More
I'm not sure why this is listed separately from the Civil Rights Memorial Museum. You need to see the museum to fully appreciate the fountain. Forgetting politics, the fountain from an art and engineering standpoint is excellent.
This is so powerful and the fact that it is guarded 24 hours a day shows that we still as a nation need to improve.
This museum gives a great presentation of the struggle for Civil Rights. A touching and powerful tribute to the many people who died and/or were victims of the struggle in the 50s and 60s. Can be done in an hour but you might want to...More