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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

A Statement from The Center on SCOTUS Decision

On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a decision, effectively diminishing the impact of affirmative action by ending consideration of race in college admissions. The decision overturned more than

Delta Airlines and the Evers Family 

Leading up to this year’s Power to Inspire, The Center has facilitated several interviews with Reena Evers-Everette, Executive Director of The Medgar & Myrlie Evers Institute and daughter of PTI honoree Mrs.

Women of the Movement to Be Honored at Power to Inspire 2023

Women played a huge role in planning and executing the March on Washington but were nearly unrecognized during the event. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the March, and

The Center Honors Women of the March on Washington with immersive performance

Last month, The Center’s Marketing Director Autumn Duncan, in collaboration with History Made By Us’s Cameron Katz, wrote an article for Teen Vogue highlighting the role of women in the

National Center for Civil and Human Rights Board of Directors Welcomes New Leaders

Two new members, experienced in corporate and operational leadership, will help advance The Center’s mission and expansion strategy Feb. 27, 2023 (ATLANTA) – The National Center for Civil and Human

Center and Partners Host 2nd Atlanta Civic Collaboratory

Members of the ATL Civic Collaboratory at the January Meeting Along with our partners, Atlanta History Center and the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, the National Center for Civil and

Tyre Nichols Senseless Murder Demands Fundamental Police Culture Reform

The National Center of Civil and Human Rights expresses pain and outrage at the ongoing human rights violations committed by police officers in the wake of widespread demands for substantive

The Center’s Statement on Recent Gun Violence in California

The gun violence epidemic continues to devastate U.S. communities. Thirty-nine shootings have occurred so far in 2023, the most at this point than any year on record, according to CNN