In 2016, the Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History Task Force, now a non-profit known as the Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History and Reconciliation Foundation, was created to bring about positive change and reconciliation by collecting, preserving, and telling the stories of the important struggle for civil rights in Tuscaloosa.
In fulfilling that mission, a Racial Reconciliation Initiative was begun. Racial Reconciliation Circles were formed and meet regularly to:
- Build a strong and trusting community that is able to navigate racial conflict and events,
- Educate the community on racial history and the impact of racism, and
- Bring about tangible, sustainable, positive change in the community that leads to further change.
To get involved in the Racial Reconciliation Initiative, please complete this contact form.