|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 12:34 PM EST||
RALEIGH, N.C., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T*-North Carolina today announced it had opened nominations of individuals to be honored in the 2015 edition of "The Heritage Calendar: Celebrating the NC African-American Experience."
The project honors men and women of all races who have contributed significantly to the lives and experiences of African-Americans in the state. In addition to monthly honorees, the calendar highlights dates of significance in North Carolina and nationally.
To nominate an individual for consideration for a future edition, please go to www.ncheritagecalendar.com/nominate. Nominations for 2015 must be received by March 31, 2014.
Honorees featured in the 2014 Edition were:
- Melvin "Skip" Alston, a civil rights and community leader from Greensboro;
- Robert Bridges, former Superintendent of Wake County Public Schools;
- The late Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, founder of Palmer Memorial Institute in Sedalia;
- The late Walter Horace Carter, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from Tabor City;
- Willie Cooper, intercollegiate athlete from Elm City;
- Clyde "Pop" Ferguson Sr. and Clyde Ferguson, Jr., musicians from Lenoir;
- Judge Shirley L. Fulton of Charlotte;
- The Joseph Holt family, civil rights pioneers from Raleigh;
- Manteo Mitchell, Olympic silver medalist from Mooresboro;
- Jane Smith Patterson, government leader and womens' rights advocate;
- Harold and Lucille Webb, educators and community activists from Raleigh;
- George Williams, coach of 33 NCAA championship teams at St. Augustine's University in Raleigh.
The Heritage Calendar is available at no cost at www.ncheritagecalendar.com. In addition, age-appropriate lesson plans, produced by a team from the NC Department of Public Instruction, is available for download.
Primary partners on The Heritage Calendar project include The News & Observer, The School of Journalism and Mass Communications at UNC-Chapel Hill, Capitol Broadcasting Company/WRAL-TV the NC Department of Public Instruction, PNC Bank, and the Raleigh Sheraton..
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