June 24, 2024

Tuskegee History Center Unveils New Website

Tuskegee History Center Unveils New Website

TUSKEGEE (June 24, 2024) — The Tuskegee History Center is thrilled to announce the launch of its new and improved website, tuskegeecenter.org, designed to enhance visitor engagement and provide a more comprehensive digital resource for educators, students, and history enthusiasts.

Managing Director Deborah Gray expressed her excitement about the new website: “Our goal with this project was to create an accessible, user-friendly platform that reflects the depth and diversity of Tuskegee and Macon County’s history. We believe this new website will serve as an invaluable tool for education and engagement, allowing us to reach a broader audience and continue our mission of preserving and sharing our heritage.”

Visitors can expect to find more detailed information about ongoing and upcoming exhibits, a dedicated newsroom featuring the Center’s blog and announcements, and learning resources for educators to help bring the rich history of Tuskegee and Macon County directly to classrooms across the nation. These resources aim to foster a deeper understanding of the region’s pivotal role in American history, from pre-colonial times to the civil rights movement.

The Tuskegee History Center invites everyone to explore the new website and take advantage of its rich array of resources. For more information, visit www.tuskegeecenter.org and discover how the Tuskegee History Center continues to shine a light on the stories that have shaped our nation.

About the Tuskegee History Center

The Tuskegee History Center, established in 1997 as the Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Center, was created to serve as a memorial to the victims of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study with a mission to present, preserve and promote the history of Tuskegee and Macon County. Its exhibits and programs focus on the contributions of Native Americans, European Americans and Americans of African descent to the history and development of Tuskegee/Macon County. For more information on The Tuskegee History Center, please visit www.tuskegeecenter.org.

Contact Information:

Deborah Gray, Managing Director | [email protected] | (334) 724-0800

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