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Discussion Questions 1. Why is the Civil Rights Memorial Center intended to be traversed in a specific sequential order, according to Blair? 2. A common theme of the Memorial Center is the lack of rhetorical resolution (Restricting access to upper level, successes omitted from timelines, etc.). According to Blair, what is the main purpose of this idea? 3. At the end of venue, visitors can place their name on The Wall of Tolerance. According to Blair, when visitors partake in this, what does this symbolize? (Think: commission) Key Terms: Commendation: To praise. How are the victims contextualized in the memorial (good death)
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