Archives: Exhibits

Who, Like Me, Is Threatened?

Human rights issues and abuses affect us all regardless of who we are, where we come from, or what we believe in. This multi-media interactive display invites visitors to contemplate

What are Human Rights?

Simply put, freedom and dignity are basic human rights. Philosophers, clergy and even individuals have their own definitions of dignity and freedom. However, in legal and practical terms, these ideals can

Human Rights in Action

At the heart of all these efforts is respect for human rights, a set of globally accepted standards that are the birthright of all people by virtue of their humanity.

Move, Free, Act

This gallery breaks up the journey between the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and Global Human Rights Movement exhibits, echoing King’s words that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”


Fragments is an art installation featuring metal shapes engraved with King’s words in his distinctive handwriting. Designed by Paula Scher and Abbot Miller, the piece captures King’s ideas as they

WSTD: Digital Exhibition

The driving force behind each of Dr. King’s campaigns was his unique and unchanging vision for the world. Repeatedly, he spoke of triumphing over oppression and uniting humankind as one

Moments of Courage

“Moments of Courage” explores influential black baseball players’ stories during their careers in Atlanta. See how these defining moments impacted our city’s movement to civil rights in this limited-time exhibit

Georgia Pacific Gallery Plaza

Temporary Exhibition: Entitlements As violence and inequality cause scarcity and displace populations, impacted groups are frequently discussed as data and given impersonal categorizations such as refugee and asylum seeker. Entitlements