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Lessons from the Lunch Counter

Lessons from the Lunch Counter

Sometimes the reality of history can feel unbelievable, not in a way that makes you question if past events truly happened, but how actual people lived and fought through them. This past semester, I

The Mustard Seed

The Mustard Seed

Torrie Shepard is the Marketing and Communications intern at The National Center for Civil and Human Rights.  Standing Room Only is a weekly blog series that follows Torrie’s journey from

Celebrating the Powerful Women of the Center for Civil and Human Rights

Celebrating the Powerful Women of the Center for Civil and Human Rights

On this last day of Women’s HERstory Month, I wanted to honor some very important women to the City of Atlanta. The city is home to many attractions and the

Brown vs. Board of Education: Rewind and Fast Forward by Keisha Lewis

Brown vs. Board of Education: Rewind and Fast Forward by Keisha Lewis

Author of this blog post, Keisha Lewis, is the Director of Visitor Services at the Center for Civil and Human Rights.  As I arrived at work, busses unloaded anxious middle

Women and Politics with Adrienne White: New Episode of Rights Not Reserved

Women and Politics with Adrienne White: New Episode of Rights Not Reserved

Adrienne White, VP of Finance at The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, talked with us about Women and Politics on our latest episode of our podcast, Rights Not

“Until…”: Telling Stories of Civil and Human Rights through Recycled Materials

“Until…”: Telling Stories of Civil and Human Rights through Recycled Materials

“Until…” is a temporary art display featured inside the Center for Civil and Human Rights through March 11, 2017. The display located on our 3rd floor tells the stories of

Let’s Foster Both Love and Human Rights on Valentine’s Day

Let’s Foster Both Love and Human Rights on Valentine’s Day

Author Deborah Richardson is the Senior Advisor for Partner Engagement of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Two of the most prevalent symbols of Valentine’s Day are chocolate and

MEDIA ALERT: Memorial Honoring Sexual and Human Trafficking Victims to be Installed at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta

MEDIA ALERT: Memorial Honoring Sexual and Human Trafficking Victims to be Installed at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta

For Immediate Release Memorial Honoring Sexual and Human Trafficking Victims to be Installed at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta Former U.S. Congressman Mike Honda to

Marking the Anniversary of the UDHR: Support Refugees

Marking the Anniversary of the UDHR: Support Refugees

Author of this blog post, Jill Savitt is a human rights advocate with expertise in the fields of genocide prevention and strategic communications for advocacy campaigns on human rights issues.

The Way Forward by Deborah Richardson

The Way Forward by Deborah Richardson

Deborah Richardson is the Executive Vice President of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Inc. There has been much analysis on the outcome of our recent Presidential Election.