Creating a more inclusive and equitable environment for Alabamians and Americans of all backgrounds.
One of The Morgan Project’s most important and immediate goals is to address, through curriculum appropriately designed for and taught to K-12 students in Alabama, the full history of America – including its history of genocide, slavery, and continued racism.
A second immediate goal is to locate and engage speakers to facilitate with citizens, students, community leaders, law enforcement, and government officials the often-difficult conversations about our history and to suggest how we can heal and move forward as a city, state, and nation.
To make these goals a reality, The Morgan Project needs your help – financially and in spreading its mission. Please join us in the meaningful work of The Morgan Project by making an investment to The Morgan Fund. Doing so will allow The Morgan Project to reach its first two goals – developing an inclusion curriculum and a speaker’s bureau – and hopefully many more future efforts to create a more inclusive and equitable environment for Alabamians and Americans of all backgrounds.
The Morgan Project is a social-justice initiative founded by YMBC members and rooted in Birmingham’s unique role in America’s civil rights struggle. The Morgan Project's mission is to implement programs to address the unique and long history of racism in America.
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