The Lorraine Motel now houses the National Civil Rights Museum.
The pink building directly above the white car in the center of the picture is the rooming house from which the bullets came that killed Martin Luther King. (Click on the picture for a bigger copy of the image, along with a little more explanation.)
For a bigger picture of the whole motel front, click the picture above.
The spot where Dr. King was assassinated is marked with the white wreath. The cars parked in front are for historical authenticity.
For a bigger copy of this (if you want to read the words), click the picture.
There always has to be a protest.