Honoring the freedom fighters of tuskegee and macon county, alabama.
Walter Baldwin (TIAL), Tuskegee Extension Professional
Eldridge Burns (TIAL), student organizer
Stokley Carmichael (SNCC), community organizer, developed the original Black Panther Party in Lowndes County, AL
George Davis (TIAL, SNCC), student organizer
James Forman (SNCC), community organizer, author "Sammy Younge Jr."
Bill Hall (SNCC), community organizer-trainer
"Tippy" Jackson (SNCC, TIAL), community organizer
Sharlene Kranz (TISEP), reporter for the TISEP Reporter newspaper
George Paris (TIAL), retired Agriculture Professional with the State of Alabama
Wendell "Wendy" Paris (SNCC, TIAL), former director of Federation of Southern Cooperatives, pastor in Mississippi.
Gwen Patton (SNCC, TIAL), community organizer, historian/archivist
Jim Peppler (Southern Courier), photographer
Willie Ricks (SNCC) aka Mukasa Dada, community organizer
Jimmy Rogers (SNCC), community organizer
Simuel Schutz (SNCC, TIAL), community organizer
Ernest (Trap) C. Stephens (SNCC), editor for the "Black Thesis", veterinary researcher and college educator (St. Kitts)
Ruby Taylor (TIAL), community activist
George Ware (SNCC, TIAL), community organizer, college educator.
Lucenia Williams-Dunn (TIAL, SNCC, TICEP), community worker, first female Mayor of Tuskegee.
Samuel (Sammy) Leamon Younge, Jr. (SNCC, TIAL), killed at Tuskegee Bus Station