Faces of the African-American News Network
In 1960, the New York Times called The Atlanta Inquirer, “the loud voice in Atlanta.” To learn more about the newspaper and its contribution to the Atlanta Civil Rights Movement, click the link below.
Retelling a History
The brick building that serves as the Newspaper headquarters still stands today, at 947 M.L.K. Jr Dr NW.
The model of the Atlanta Inquirer building, seen above, doubles as a birdhouse for a local bird, the Brown Nuthatch.
The replica contains a special compartment that is their perfect size! Listen to the clip below to hear more about the Nuthatch in the Atlanta area.
Research sources are available here.
Birdhouses in Washington Park
This building, along with three other replica-birdhouse projects, will be installed in Washington Park, Atlanta, in Fall 2019. There, the buildings will serve a new and interactive purpose telling these and other stories through multi-media. To listen to more stories and find out more about Atlanta’s history, please visit the links below.
To learn more about the project, please visit the Home Page.