Very well presented story of the fight for equality during some of most shameful events ins America's history. It takes a while to see all of this so, be prepared to stay for several hours to take it all in. Both MLK's room, and the boarding house room where James Earl Ray fired is open for viewing. Seeing the video and pictures displayed here is just overwhelming. Witnessing the hatred some people had is hard to comprehend, yet the struggle that was fought is so inspiring.
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