Be Inspired

Explore the fundamental rights of all human beings. Leave empowered to join the conversation in your own community.

We’ve gone digitalFollow the new Power to Inspire: Virtual Series for events and activities, here.

(The Center is closed until further notice.)

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE CENTER  ALL EVENTS

May 29

The March Continues: Celebrating the Power of People: Ft. Katie Fahey and Jill Savitt

Join us May 29th, as our President and CEO, Jill Savitt, interviews Katie Fahey, one of the honorees for our sixth annual Power To Inspire Tribute awards.

May 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Jun 01

2020 Health Summit: Ep. 04 Gender- & Intersectionality-based Violence

This panel will discuss traumatic experiences and how they are implicated in behavioral health disorders.

June 1 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Jun 15

2020 Health Summit: Ep. 05 Human Rights, HIV/AIDS, & Mental Health

This panel will discuss these and other issues affecting this community.

June 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Plan Your Visit

A typical visit lasts approximately 90-120 minutes.
Make the most of our visit to The Center by planning your visit.

OPEN 10 AM to 5 PM

OPEN MON-SAT 10-5 PM, SUN 12-5 PM
Last entry 4 PM  |  Current hours

ADULTS $19.99, UNDER 6 FREE

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DOWNTOWN ATLANTA

100 IVAN ALLEN JR. BLVD
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Exhibits

Learn about the American Civil Rights Movement
and its significance for the progress of Human Rights across the world.

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  • The Center for Civil and Human Rights is A TREMENDOUS ACHIEVEMENT, unlike anything this city has ever seen . . . for the rest of my days it will be the first place I take visitors to my city . . . I [FEEL] LIKE THE HEART OF ATLANTA HAS FINALLY FOUND A HOME.

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  • The Center's exhibits tell stories in ways that promote empathy and understanding. This fledgling cultural institution has already SUCCEEDED IN EXPANDING ATLANTA'S ETHICAL FOOTPRINT.

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  • This stunning museum is a CAN'T MISS Atlanta attraction. My family had just under an hour to experience the museum before it closed but it was AMONG THE MOST POWERFUL HOURS OF MY LIFE.

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  • MY 15 YEAR OLD SON was dragged into this tour by his debate coach. 6 hours later, he returned with a message – "Mom, we have got to go back this weekend!" He and his buddies loved it...a big accomplishment for any museum when it comes to teenage boys.

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