Andrew Young turned 90 this year, and to honor this milestone age, Atlantic Station’s Millenium Gate Museum are hosting an exceptional exhibit delving into the former-congressman’s illustrious career.
The exhibit allows visitors to see amazing photographs and memorabilia from the 10 lives that Andrew Young has lived: Boyhood, minister, civil rights icon, congressman, UN Ambassador, Mayor of Atlanta, chairman of the Centennial Olympic Games, businessman, philanthropist, and documentarian.
Young began his career as a pastor, and was one of the early leaders in the civil rights movement, servng as executive director of the Southern Christian Leader Conference, as well as a close confidant to our hometown hero, Martin Luther King Jr.
Visitors of the exhibit may also purchase the marvelous coffee table book written by, award-
winning AJC journalist, Ernie Suggs which coincides with the exhibit documenting the inspiring
life of Andrew.
The exhibit is open from 10 AM-5 PM, Tuesday through Saturday, and from 12 P.M. – 5 P.M. on Sunday. Tickets can be purchased at on their website or at the door.
Atlantic Station’s Millenium Gate Museum is known for bringing and curating top-notch exhibits, mission is to preserve and interpret Georgia history, art, culture and philanthropic heritage. From art to artifacts, it’s one of the best ways to burrow through Georgia’s fascinating history in the state.