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Sep 01, 2022 2022-09-01

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Virtual Experience Exploring Civil and Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, is a museum and cultural institution that connects the US civil rights movement to human rights challenges today. The center invites students to explore the rich history and contemporary relevance of its exhibits virtually, using its Android or iPhone app.

Students’ virtual experience begins on the second floor of the center with “Rolls Down Like Water: The American Civil Rights Movement”—a gallery depicting key issues from the Jim Crow south of the 1950s to Dr. King’s assassination in 1968. This gallery concludes with the third floor “Requiemexhibit and leads to the entrance of “Spark of Conviction: The Global Human Rights Movement”—a gallery that provides an understanding of what human rights are, how they are threatened, and how we can take action today. Additionally the tour will travel to the first floor exhibition of “Voice to the Voiceless: The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection,” as well as featured rotating exhibits.

Cultural Awareness Social Studies Educational Technology Virtual Reality • Augmented Reality

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