FC: National Civil Rights Museum Memphis, TN
2: Summation of Dr. King's final days working on the Sanitation Worker's Campaign.
3: Mrs. Dorothy Cotton-highest level executive member of SCLC at time of Dr. King's assassination | Mr. Ben Branch-was scheduled to sing Precious Lord for Dr. King.
4: Community members visiting the museum. | Lawson, Jr. and Kyles.
5: Time line of events that occurred on April 4, 1968 the date Dr. King, Jr. was assassinated. | Civil Rights Movement members that were at the Lorraine Motel on April 4, 1968.
8: Artifacts about James Earl Ray.
10: Evidence about James Earl Ray.
11: Interactive data regarding evidence.
12: Various displays regarding the Civil Rights Movement | Evidence regarding criminal investigation of Dr. King, Jr.'s assassination.
13: Display regarding civil rights legislation.
14: Honorees of Freedom Award and progress in women's rights as a results of Civil Rights Movement.
15: Freedom Award Recipients.
16: Freedom Award recipients
17: National Civil Rights Movement (under construction until 2014).
18: Balcony of Lorraine Motel, room 306 where Dr. King was assassinated.
19: Display regarding Dr. King outside of Lorraine Motel.