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Voting Rights Movement Education Project (VRMEP)

Sharing history with the world.

The National Park Service’s African American Civil Rights Grant Program from the Historic Preservation Fund administered by the National Park Service, and Department of the Interior has awarded $15,035,000 million to 53 projects in 20 states to help preserve sites and history related to the African American struggle for equality. $50,000 of that has been awarded to the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation for an oral histories project.


The Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation (SCNTR) is a charitable non-profit, partnered with the National Park Service (NPS) and National Voting Rights Museum and Institute (NVRMI), with a mission to partner with institutions to promote love, the establishment of justice, and build the Beloved Community. SCNTR, in partnership with NPS, is pleased to announce that it is accepting proposals for a Historian/Archivist to support the Voting Rights Movement Education Project (VRMEP), a project funded by the NPS. VRMEP includes the collection and presentation of oral histories from Foot Soldiers involved in the Voting Rights Movement in the United States. SCNTR will release a series of RFPs for an archivist, a photographer/videographer, a graphic design artist, and a web developer to conduct research to support SCNTR’s work to design exhibitions, prepare interpretation, and preserve these critical resources and stories.

Requests for Proposals (RFPs)

Please click on a position to access the associated RFP. Please complete and return the RFP before the February 1st, 2022 deadline:

To read the full press release from the National Parks Service visit:


For more information or questions please contact Drew Glover.


Tel: (334) 526-0767 

Address: 8 Mulberry Road, Selma, AL 36703

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