Author: Kaci Palmore

Exhibit Reflection: We Who Believe in Freedom: 1964–A Transformative Year in Civil Rights 

By Lance Wheeler Each year, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights partners with the Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection, to showcase Dr. King’s personal papers in

The Center in the News: Truth and Transformation Commemorates the 117th Anniversary of the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre 

Since 2021, The Center’s Truth and Transformation Initiative has commemorated the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre as a pillar of its mission to help communities confront painful history. This year, the

LGBTQ Institute Programs Impact the Future of the Workplace and Grassroots Advocacy

This summer, The LGBTQ Institute selected sixteen people nationally, ages 16 to 30, to participate in its new Youth Advocacy Fellowship program. Over the next year, the Institute will connect

Southern Company Honors The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Southern Company honored The National Center for Civil and Human Rights for its longstanding impact on Atlanta and the southeast during the 2023 Evening of Excellence on September 22. Our

Unearthing the Past: Identifying Victims of the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre

In a significant step towards shedding light on a dark chapter of American history, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights’ Truth and Transformation Initiative, in collaboration with the

NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS OBSERVES THE 117TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1906 ATLANTA RACE MASSACRE: A WEEK OF TRUTH, COMMEMORATION, AND TRANSFORMATION 

The Center’s Truth and Transformation Initiative empowers communities to confront hidden history, correct incomplete narratives, and build a more equitable future.   ATLANTA, Sept. 1, 2023 – The National Center for

Statement from the Center: Condemning the white supremacist mass shooting in Jacksonville, Florida

As The Center observes the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington, our hearts grieve with the people of Jacksonville, Florida at the loss of three Black lives this past

Commemorating Atlanta’s History: The Truth and Transformation Initiative

Author: Darrin Sims   In this blog post, we delve into the Truth and Transformation Initiative, which aims to bring to light the historical significance of the 1906 Atlanta Race

The Center hosts inaugural Teaching Fellowship presented by R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation

Authors: Kate Moore & Nicole Moore    Being an educator today is challenging work. Over the past few years, we have seen states across the nation pass legislation around “divisive

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights hosts The Brave Forum, presented by Gallagher Insurance

This June, The Center had the privilege of hosting the inaugural Brave Forum, a networking lunch and learn for DEI advocates, professionals, students, and the public to discuss the challenges