If you hit Washington, D.C. and walk past the Lincoln and Jefferson memorials, you'll not only take in 200 years of human rights struggles, but you'll end at the site of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. The memorial will be tweaked somewhat soon. A truncated quote carved into the memorial will be corrected to show the full statement of King, the Interior Department said recently. And if you want more King coverage, there's always the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta. The site includes his childhood home, his tomb, a family museum, and his father's church.
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