The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta is launching a special exhibit next week to honor the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
In conjunction with Monday’s holiday, the Center is showcasing an exhibit on King’s Beloved Community, which begins this weekend.
King used the well-known phrase many times, including in his 1957 speech, “Birth of a Nation.”
But what exactly was King trying to accomplish with this community of peace?
GPB’s Leah Fleming brings that question to Nicole Moore, director of education for the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
King’s Beloved Community has facilitated allyship & coalition-building in global movement. View his ideas & artifacts in the next @Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. rotation.
— National Center for Civil and Human Rights (@Ctr4CHR) January 16, 2020