Prepare to take a walk through the cradle of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement
As a Scout in Troop 151 in the late 1930s, the young Martin Luther King, Jr. met at the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. The church is located on “Sweet Auburn” Avenue, one of the most vibrant and successful African American corridors in the nation during that time. You are invited to explore this historic neighborhood followed by a hike to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Along the way you will pass important landmarks and buildings that played vital roles in the fight for Civil Rights.
|8:30am||Opening assembly & safety briefing, Ebenezer Baptist Church Horizon Sanctuary. Assignment of rotation groups/schedules.|
|8:55am||Begin rotation visits to park venues.|
|10:45am||Begin hike to Centennial Olympic Park|
|12:15pm||Closing Assembly on lawn at Center for Civil and Human Rights. Then return to the National Park (either walking or the Atlanta Streetcar would be great options).|