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National Civil Rights Museum

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Taking stock of the long struggle for civil rights, and finding it far from over. Read more

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A Memphis native and former editor of this magazine, Larry Conley was a teenager living in Memphis when Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated. He reflects on complicated and necessary hope for the city. Read more

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Paying tribute to the 39 transformative years he gave the world. Read more

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As a new era dawns, the National Civil Rights Museum has new generations to inspire. Read more

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How the former Lorraine Motel was transformed from scarred to sacred ground. Read more

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King Day, National Civil Rights Museum

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Events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and more. Read more

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Mid-South Fair

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Fall fairs and fests compete with books and brains during Memphis weekend events. Read more

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The longtime owner of radio station WLOK discusses the Stone Soul Picnic and how you can “know your community.” Read more

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