1. Takesh Moreno

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    It took me a couple of hours to go through including the second floor, human rights museum. As you enter the fascility, on the low end of the olympic square, heading left to the entrance.While you see the wall of the fist artwork on right. The tour begins with the word ‘Segragation’. many interactive experience like movie about the whole story 4 minutes approx heading for Martin Luther King Jr. Through the whole fascility, I recommend a visit to Ebenezer Church and his house born. Staff are so nice too. And after leaving the Museum, you probably get a clue of the artwork painted on the wall first floor.So new and nice. Just talk to staffs, visitors as well.Metaphor of the Movie ‘Gone with the wind’, sound of ‘tara’s theme’ still reminds me and passionates me No right is given, Every of them were won by somebody. Take your kids. Clean and safe and you realize it can be a good visit for 30minutes, but both you and your kids can have good knowlege.

  2. Tadge O

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    Amazing experience. Very emotional and moving museum. Girlfriend was crying just standing outside the building. Well done, objective exhibits with lots of great educational materials. Nice use of integrating technology in a user friendly way. We spent 4 hours there and could have done longer.

  3. peytophillips22

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    Martin luicifer coon was not the peaceful not violent person that the jew controlled media depicted him as he was a member of over 60 communist front groups he started riots everywhere he went he was a sex pervert he slept with 2 different women on the last day of his life then a 3rd woman was severely beaten by martin luicifer coon for refusing to give him sex in 1977 correta scott coon asked the federal goverment to hide a 845 page fbi record of martin luicifer coons activities and those cowards agreed to seal it for 50 years so knowone would learn the truth about him until 2027 martin luicifer coons speechs were written by a communist jew named stanley levison

  4. JohnPaul McIntyre

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    This experience was definitely worth the admission price. The tour was SPIRITUAL, MOVING, EDUCATIONAL, INSPIRING, and EMOTIONAL! I believe that we ended up spending at least three hours at the museum. It was worth all eight hours of driving from North Carolina! I learned so much; the history books and Internet does not do the civil rights movement justice as this museum does. We left so impressed!

  5. purpleindigoviolet

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    I was rather disappointed in the so-called renovations and changes made to the museum. I’ve visited the museum several times. I visited when I was in elementary school, I visited last year before the renovations and I visited today (and several times in between). During my visit last year I realized some of the exhibits I saw in my youth were missing and I left disappointed that I’d paid money to see things I could have looked up on YouTube and the internet. I go today and see the exhibits that were missing last year were all of a sudden back along with about two new exhibits and a video. Where did the 27.5 million dollars go? 97% of the the exhibits they have in there now are old and were in there last year and the things they are passing off as new are in fact old pieces that have been cleaned off and are being passed off as new. Furthermore it seems as if the so called renovations made the building much smaller. There weren’t many people there but there was very little space to view the exhibits without having to bump into people and constantly say excuse me. I understand why that lady has been protesting in front of the museum since I was in grade K.