National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Source: National Center for Civil and Human Rights via Facebook

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46)- Thousands of visitors coming to Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII will be able to visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights for free.

The Coca-Cola Foundation announced it is making a $1 million donation to the center. 

“There is no better way to celebrate this exciting moment in Atlanta’s history than to give back to our hometown,” said Helen Smith Price, President, The Coca-Cola Foundation. “We are proud of our city’s remarkable civil and human rights history and are pleased to offer residents and visitors alike the opportunity to learn more about how diversity, inclusion and unity are central to the story of modern Atlanta.”

The grant will allow free admission starting Monday, January 28 through the end of February.

The Coca-Cola Company and The Coca-Cola Foundation have invested more than $160 million and tens of thousands of volunteer hours in support of social, economic and environmental programs throughout Atlanta over the past 10 years.

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