The Center for Civil and Human Rights tells the story and brings to life the American Civil Rights movement and introduces past and current International Human Rights issues. The Center’s exhibition space focuses on telling stories in an experiential way that engages visitors individually and collectively. Rockwell Group is designing the Center’s exhibition spaces in collaboration with director, writer, and producer George C. Wolfe and human rights expert and activist Jill Savitt. The exhibition space is organized into three separate galleries: Rolls Down Like Water: The American Civil Rights Movement; Spark of Conviction: The Global Human Rights Movement; and Voice to the Voiceless: The Morehouse College MLK Jr. Collection. The exterior is designed by The Freelon Group/HOK.