The museum is very well done and a fitting memorial for the people that suffered for equal rights. The entire museum is pretty small and takes about 45 minutes to see in its entirety. The high points for me were the Maya Lin's water table memorial centerpiece in the front of the museum and the wall of tolerance inside - where you type your name in as a pledge against hatred and injustice. Your name appears randomly on the wall shortly after it enter. The man who took our tickets was also extremely knowledgeable.
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