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Downtown/O4W Community

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CL: The business closed on December 31, 2017

Landmarks

Located near Georgia State University, the Hurt Building is one of Atlanta's oldest skyscrapers. It was built between 1913 and 1926 and stands 17 stories tall. | more...

Subway Station

A small downtown park between Edgewood Avenue, Courtland Street, and Gilmer Street. | more...

Non-Profit Organization

It is located on the Mezzanine level of Georgia World Congress Center, building C. | more...

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Non-Profit Organization

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Community

The community-based human rights organization focuses on spreading democracy and racial justice throughout the Americas, particularly for Afro Latinos. | more...

Medical Organization

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Media Organization

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Convention Center

The conference center includes a ballroom, amphitheater, catering, and more. | more...

Subway Station

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Library

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch Library is located in a 4,100- square-foot loft space at 409 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue in Atlanta. | more...

Historical Place

This strip of destinations along Auburn Avenue provides a variety of ways to learn about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy. At the birth home, tour guides give insights into King's younger years and the discipline that led to his success as a speaker and scholar. At the King Center, ... | more...

School

"Music, Art, Science, and Social" organization for creative professionals. | more...


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