Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
450 Auburn Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30312-1504
Website - 404-331-5190
The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic site was established to preserve and interpret the places where Dr. King was born, worked, worshipped and is buried. Places to visit include the Visitor Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church, The King Center (Freedom Hall), Fire Station No. 6, Dr. King's Birth Home and the restored Birth Home Block.
Any child between the ages of 9 and 12 can become a Junior Ranger at Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site. When you arrive on site ask the first park ranger you see about becoming a Junior Ranger. You will be required to complete the activities in the "Official Activity Booklet" and agree to live by the Junior Ranger Promise and Dr. King's Six Principles of Nonviolence.
The words and sounds of Dr. King can be discovered in this section.
What influenced Dr. King's Dream? Who has Dr. King influenced? Will you be next when you Capture The Dream!
Discover the words written by Dr. King in the Birmingham Jail, see and hear the sights and sounds that Dr. King saw and heard. But we have not stopped there! Read the same words from Henry David Thoreau that Dr. King read in his studies. Read the text of the Brown v. Board decision handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1954.
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