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The Black Heritage Society donated the $120,000statue by Ken Washington of Greensboro, N.C. to Houston's public art collection. It is displayed in memorial plaza at MacGregor Park.
Black Heritage Society maintains an official IPM License from The King Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
This is our story of The First Original MLK Parade in Houston, Texas, January 1978. This paradigm is not absolute. Willard Vital, Founding President, Helen Johnson, longstanding Board Member, and Teresa Brewer, newest Board Member. Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation, Inc. is a 501 C (3) Organization. Thank you for your support, and your donations are appreciated.
Video by Terry B Wear Visuals
(Tommy Wimbley & Roderick Lightfoot
We are honored to highlight Dr. Albert L Lemons, Principal of Atherton Elementary School. He has made contributions to the education system of HISD for over 50 years and principal for over 30 years.
We are humbled by your contribution and commitment to your cause. Each week we feature one or two Unsung Heroes in February.
Coach Robert Brown
Prairie View Interscholastic League Coaches Association
Neighborhood in Houston, Texas
We are honored to highlight Tanya Debose, Community Activist!
Your contribution and commitment to your cause are greatly appreciated.