Patrons of the National Center
The PATRONS of the National Center is a support and advocacy group for the National Center. The organization offers opportunities for interested community groups, businesses, and individuals to connect to, celebrate, and contribute to the National Center and to the advancement of its mission. The principal purpose of the PATRONS is to support the National Center and its mission through fund-raising and volunteer activities.
A slideshow detailing information about the members of the PATRONS group and the services and programs it provides.
To carry out its purpose, the PATRONS support group is guided by the following objectives:
- To plan and execute events and projects for cultural enrichment and fund-raising;
- To provide a pool of responsible and informed volunteers who will assist with National Center activities (e. g. collections, exhibitions, tours, research, cultural programs, local school projects);
- To increase community awareness of and support for the National Center.
Membership in the PATRONS of the National Center is open to individuals, corporations, businesses, organizations, and other legal entities interested in supporting the purpose, objectives, and activities of the PATRONS and of the National Center.
Join the PATRONS and support the National Center in collecting, preserving, and disseminating information about the Civil Rights Movement and African-American culture, with a focus on Alabama and Montgomery.
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Upcoming and Recent Programs
Violence In Your Face: Intervene or "It's Going Down"
Levi Watkins Learning Center
First Floor Lecture Hall
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 | 11 a.m.
Moderator: Dr. Howard Robinson, University Archivist
Sponsored by the:
Cultural Heritage Committee of the Levi Watkins Learning Center with The Orientation First Year Experience Seminar
The Violence Against WoMen Program
The Family Sunshine Center
Art & Jazz:
The Colvin-Feagin Annual Community Art Show
Exhibit Opening and Artists’ Reception. Featuring Local Artists and Jazz.
Friday, September 11, 2015 | 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
1345 Carter Hill Road | Montgomery, Alabama
Exhibit Dates: September 11, 2015 - January 20, 2016
A Visual Interpretation of African-Americans’ Struggle for Recognition as Human Beings and First-Class Citizens
Commissioned by The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University
- Remembering civil rights activist Medgar Evers
- New president brings sense of urgency to Morehouse
- Jeannie Graetz Literacy Program
- Inscription On Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial To Be Removed
- King's Forgotten Manifesto
- Harlem churches see gospel tourist boom on Sundays
- A Plot of Land, a Path to Freedom
- Tourism tax, like all taxes, should have a sunset
- Alabama Voices: Cemeteries help keep history alive