New FBI Director James Comey will tell all the Bureau’s new agents and analysts to visit the monument to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Washington, D.C.

Previous FBI directors had instructed new agents to visit the Holocaust museum in Washington, which shows “abuse of power on a massive, almost unimaginable, scale,” Comey told FBI agents and staff at his Oct. 28 swearing-in ceremony. Comey said he would continue that practice, while also instructing new agents to visit the memorial to King.

“I’m going to direct that all new agents and analysts also visit the Martin Luther King Memorial here in Washington,” said Comey, whose term runs for 10 years.