Joseph Caylor… Standing in the heart of one of the most affluent historic African-American neighborhoods in Atlanta, Georgia, a young Martin Luther King Jr. was raised here on the principles that guided him throughout his brief life. During his 39 years, a good majority was spent growing up and living in the Sweet Auburn community. As you tour his birth home, visitors center, and tomb, you give a sense of awe and respect for the man who fought almost his whole life for the cause of equal rights for all. The surrounding historic district should not be missed either, as lots of National Park Service placards describe vividly this neighborhood's role in shaping the mind of one of the greatest civil rights leaders America has or will ever see. If you are in Atlanta, even for a day, you owe it to yourself to visit this solemn place.