King children want museum by grave
Two of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s children say a proposed civil rights museum in Atlanta should be near their father’s grave instead of in the city’s tourism hub.
The 2.5-acre site that Coca-Cola Co. offered for the museum is near the Georgia Aquarium, the CNN Center and the future World of Coca-Cola Museum.
Martin Luther King III and his sister Bernice King said the civil rights museum should be near Ebenezer Baptist Church and the King Center, where King and his wife are buried.