Program Schedule

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights offers ongoing programming for everyone — young professionals, families with children, students, and adults. With both virtual and in-person programs, there is something for everyone. Learn more about what we have to offer below.

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More Than A Dream

Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta

Throughout history, the role of women heroes has been downplayed in the public narrative. Michael Long and Yohuru Williams challenge that narrative by putting women at the forefront with their book “More than a Dream.” Their book, written for middle school-aged children, tells an alternate history of the March on Washington that focuses on the...

Free

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is proud to celebrate Veteran's Day with free admission to The Center for Service members. In addition, up to 5 family members will receive 20% off their general admission ticket fees. Tickets must be purchased at the window.

Mr. Pearson is under the weather and we have decided to cancel our event. We wish him a speedy recovery and hope to reschedule soon. Our additional Veterans Day weekend programs will continue. Thank you for your understanding and your ongoing support of The Center.

Navigating Academic Spaces: Finding Wellness and Balance as Young Indigenous Scholars

Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta

The Center will honor Indigenous People's Month with a panel discussion featuring students from Emory University's Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative and the Native American Student Association. Panelists will discuss their experiences within an academic setting, touching on subjects like belonging and relationship building. Join us in becoming a more informed ally by learning...

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Join us as we celebrate Indigenous Heritage Month with a performance by Violet Lauren. She is a proud activist and fancy shawl dancer for the Atlanta Indigenous People’s Association. Violet is a passionate artist and proud daughter to her Cherokee/Chickasaw and Ojibwe parents. She leads panels on civil rights issues such as MMIWG (Missing and...

Join us as we celebrate Indigenous Heritage Month with a performance by Violet Lauren. She is a proud activist and fancy shawl dancer for the Atlanta Indigenous People’s Association. Violet is a passionate artist and proud daughter to her Cherokee/Chickasaw and Ojibwe parents. She leads panels on civil rights issues such as MMIWG (Missing and...

Join NEXT Atlanta, MARTA, and WABE ATL for the national premiere of "The NEXT Movement Season 1" concert film series on November 21 at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. This innovative film showcases rising artists of color at the intersection of art and social justice, set against the backdrop of a MARTA...

Join us at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights on Saturday, December 12 at 2PM for a screening of ”Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life”. Not In Our Town’s ”Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life” documents Pittsburgh's powerful community response to hate in the aftermath of the...

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Musical Intersections: An Exploration of the Black/ Jewish Experience

Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta

Historically, music has had the power to influence and connect cultures. Join The Center to explore the evolution of musical collaboration between Black and Jewish musicians from the 1950s to today. We'll combine live music, storytelling, and provocative discussion to examine the prolific and complicated relationship between these two groups who made American music "American."

Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with FREE admission to The National Center for Civil and Human Rights on January 13, 2024, presented by FedEx. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis, so we recommend reserving in advance. Click here to learn more about King weekend activities...

Teaching the Civil Rights Movement Workshop

Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta

Be amongst the first educators to learn about Learning for Justice’s newest framework for 9-12th grade, Teaching the Civil Rights Movement. This two-day workshop will introduce you to the content of the framework and provide you with ideas on how to implement it into your practice.