Citation: AJCP563-052a, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographic Archives. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library.
The King Center is very easy to navigate, with a fairly spread out design. The space is comprised of mainly muted colors, such as reddish-brown bricks, but there are splashes of color such as the fountain and the landscaping with trees and bushes. While this artifact may not seem to relate too much to this, it is important because without the work of Coretta Scott King, this site may very well not exist. She worked hard to form this edifice as a way to advocate for change and equality in remembrance of her husband.