Many organizations are working with the Medgar & Myrlie Evers Institute, honoring Myrlie Evers for her vision, courage, and leadership and in recognition of the assassination of Medgar Evers, an American hero.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) places the optimal development of children at the center of all we do and calls for healing the profound racial gaps and inequities that exist in our communities. We believe in supporting and building upon the mindsets, methods and modes of change that hold promise to advance children’s best interests generally, and those of vulnerable children in particular. Concentrating our resources on early childhood (prenatal to age 8), within the context of families and communities, offers the best opportunity to dramatically reduce the vulnerability caused by poverty and racial inequity over time.
Juanita Sims Doty Foundation
The Juanita Sims Doty Foundation, Inc. is exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. The Foundation is dedicated to improving individual lives through community engagement and outreach. Further, this Foundation’s purpose is to ignite a “spirit of service and collaboration” throughout the state, nation and the world. We will promote coalition building and support collaboration and partnerships among communities, faith-based organizations and individuals to implement service projects in the areas of education, children’s and women’s health and the overall health and wellness of the family. This Foundation will provide support and funding to community and faith based organizations to fulfill our overall mission and purpose.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History
The Mississippi Department of Archives and History was founded in 1902. A comprehensive historical agency, the d
epartment collects, preserves, and provides access to the archival resources of the state, administers museums and historic sites, and oversees statewide programs for historic preservation, government records management, and publications.
The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation
The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation works in communities and classrooms, in Mississippi and beyond, to support a movement of racial equity and wholeness as a pathway to ending and transcending all division and discrimination based on difference.
|Alcorn State University||Jackson State University||The Newseum, Washington, D. C.|
|Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, & Berkowitz PC||Juanita Sims Doty Foundation||Office of Mayor Harvey Johnson|
|The Bower Foundation||Margaret Walker Center||One Voice|
|Catholic Diocese of Jackson||Medgar Evers College||Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics|
|The Clarion-Ledger||Millsaps College||Portico Magazine|
|City of Jackson||Mission Mississippi||Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center|
|COFO Civil Rights Education Center||Mississippi Center for Justice||tbd advertising, Bend, OR|
|Crossroads Film Society||Mississippi Department of Archives and History||Tougaloo College|
|Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi||Mississippi Development Authority/Division of Tourism||University of Mississippi|
|Eudora Welty House and Eudora Welty Foundation||Mississippi Museum of Art||Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement|
|Fannie Lou Hamer Institute||Mississippi Public Broadcasting||William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation|
|Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau||Mississippi Religious Leadership Conference|
|Jackson Municipal Airport Authority||Mississippi State Conference of the NAACP|