Information below pertains to Biennial 2018. To learn more about Biennial Conference 2020 Tours & Visits, please check back on this page for more information in the near future.


Wednesday, November 7 • 12:30 pm-4:00pm

National Center for Civil & Human Rights Tour

Ticket required: $25

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights harnesses Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights. Atlanta played a unique leadership role in the American Civil Rights Movement. Through harnessing Atlanta’s legacy and galvanizing the corporate, faith-based, public-sector and university communities, The Center serves as the ideal place to reflect on the past, transform the present and inspire the future.


Wednesday, November 7 • 1:30 pm-4:30pm

Atlanta Historical and Civil Rights Tour

Ticket required: $45

Led by a ‘Presenting Atlanta’ tour guide, we will travel down Auburn Avenue, and proceed to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District where Dr. King was born, grew up, preached, and was buried. We will stop at the National Park Service Visitors Center and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change where his grave site is located. From there, you will see Ebenezer Baptist Church and the birth home of MLK.  This area, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Atlanta, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other areas of interest will include a drive through the campus of Atlanta University, Edgewood Avenue, and through the heartbeat of Atlanta: Centennial Olympic Park noting the Georgia Aquarium, The World of Coke, and the Center for Human and Civil Rights Museum.

Description courtesy of Presenting Atlanta.


Wednesday, November 7 • 1:30 pm-4:30pm

Visit St. Anne’s Day School

Ticket required: $40

Saint Anne’s Day School has been a thriving mission of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church since 1966. In 1994, the school learned of the world-renowned preschools and infant-toddler centers in Reggio-Emilia, Italy. Being intrigued with how the values of the schools in that Italian municipal system resonated with their own beliefs about young children’s learning, Saint Anne’s Day School began a journey of studying, collaborating on, and interpreting the Reggio-Emilia Approach in the context of Saint Anne’s Day School. They have become an inspired leader to the Reggio-Emilia approach through Project Infinity, connecting to other schools in Georgia and South Carolina. Tour this thriving early childhood and after-school program campus in the woods of Buckhead, where the rich environment will introduce you to a true application of Reggio-Emilia!

St. Annes