Today Mrs Fox and I went to the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. It was a very emotional journey and it gives out a powerful message.
Much of the place is about the fight for civil rights in USA and about Martin Luther King, but there is a floor on human rights around the globe.
It has graphic film of Governor Wallace and his bigoted outbursts and worse from others. It also has film of the freedom rides into Georgia and Alabama and the brutal treatment to non-violent protesters by police, officials and white bigots; it is very frightening and made me so sad and very angry.
We spoke at length with a lady who works there who was a teenager in those years, and she was inciteful about then and the progress to now, at the joy of Obama and the dread of Trump.
I did not realise have brave President Johnson was as a champion of civil rights, as all I knew him for was pushing us into the Vietnam war. She was also very positive about Jimmy Carter as President and his work at 90 still fighting for civil rights, and how he spends his fortune on providing low cost housing.
If you are ever in Atlanta it is worth a visit.