T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Heritage Project

T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Heritage Project

T. Thomas Fortune, newspaper editor and civil rights activist, lived in Red Bank over 100 years ago. He was born into slavery in 1856, in Marianna, Florida; however, he rose to become a stalwart defender of the rights of “Afro Americans” a term he popularized through...
Upcoming Events Alert!

Upcoming Events Alert!

Our 6th Annual Birthday Bash fundraiser event is closer than you think. Make sure you save the date and check in for upcoming details. This will be a historic event, you won’t want to miss it.
The Cultural Center is Almost Here!

The Cultural Center is Almost Here!

A Work in Progress: The T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center will soon be a reality. We are scheduled to open in late fall of 2018. Stay up-to-date on all things Fortune, follow us on Instagram and Twitter and like us on Facebook. This is history in the making and we...

WORDS MATTER IN ACTION

         Yesterday the Fortune committee ventured around Red Bank and used (chalk) spray paint to spread the powerful words of Fortune all over town. Even with the sweltering heat, the committee remained steadfast in raising awareness about the importance of Fortune...

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