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Free Admission – Thank you Coca-Cola!

You read that correctly – free admission to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.  Coca-Cola is paying for a month of free public admission to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.  Admission is free through February 28, 2019.  Adult admission is usually $19.99, not including taxes.

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This decision was made possible by a $1 million donation from the Coca-Cola Foundation.  The goal is to give visitors in town for the big game a chance to experience a part of Atlanta’s history of leadership in the American Civil Rights Movement and the importance of strengthening the worldwide movement for human rights.

The center is located in the heart of where several Super Bowl events will be taking place prior to the start of the game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.


Free Admission to National Center for Civil and Human Rights - Courtesy of Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola Support for the Center for Civil and Human Rights

Coke has supported the National Center for Civil Human Rights long before it was even built as the company donated the land the center was built on.   The Center for Civil and Human Rights is located near Centennial Olympic Park, next door to the World of Coca-Cola.

Tens of thousands are projected to take advantage of this opportunity to take a free tour of the center.  And Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank will hold a private reception in the center for NFL owners.

Behind the Movement

If you live in the Atlanta area or you will be visiting anytime through February 28, make sure to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to tour the National Center for Civil and Human Rights – courtesy of Coca-Cola!

Free Admission to National Center for Civil and Human Rights - Courtesy of Coca-Cola

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The Mission of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The mission of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is to empower people to take the protection of every human’s rights personally. Through sharing stories of courage and struggle around the world, The Center encourages visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the role they play in helping to protect the rights of all people.

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The National Center for Civil and Human Rights harnesses Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights. Atlanta played a unique leadership role in the American Civil Rights Movement. Through harnessing Atlanta’s legacy and galvanizing the corporate, faith-based, public-sector, and university communities, The Center serves as the ideal place to reflect on the past, transform the present, and inspire the future.

About the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American Civil Rights Movement to today’s struggle for Global Human Rights

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Free Admission to National Center for Civil and Human Rights - Courtesy of Coca-Cola

Mural by Pentagram inside the Center for Civil and Human Rights | Photo credit: Pentagram

Their purpose is to create a safe space for visitors to explore the fundamental rights of all human beings so that they leave inspired and empowered to join the ongoing dialogue about human rights in their communities.

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