Visiting the National Civil Rights Museum has been a life-changing experience for some.
Housed in and around the Lorraine Motel — the site of the Rev. Martin Luther King', Jr.’s assassination — the museum provides an immersive experience and helps visitors understand better the civil rights struggles of yesterday and today.
Before touring the museum, you’ll hear a compelling discussion concerning one of 2017’s most challenging civil rights issues, with nationally prominent speakers exploring police-community relations and police-involved shootings. Learn more now.