The National Race Amity Institute, scheduled to open in 2024, is envisioned as a center of research, education, training, youth outreach and the arts, to be housed in the Be on Edgewood community center in Atlanta's historic Sweet Auburn district, only a block and a half from the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park and the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. The entrance courtyard, facing the bustling and vibrant Edgewood Ave., will be dedicated to the "Godmothers of Race Amity," Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt, whose friendship is an iconic example of race amity in action. By purchasing a brick in the plaza, and engraving it with the dedication or uplifting message of your choice, you will help to launch a new, dynamic cultural institution in the heart of Atlanta's Civil Rights district and make a permanent contribution to its welcoming courtyard.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Glen Fullmer

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