Profiles of Black History Makers published in 2022.
Black History Makers 2022
Travis Williams II is Creating History in the Classroom and Through Baseball
Meet Travis Williams II also known as Coach Williams. He is empowering middle school kids in the classroom and through baseball. Learn more about his life and journey.
Improving Diversity on College Campuses, Meet Dr. Taylor
Spearheading programs that led to the enrollment of more diverse students at the University of Alabama, Meet Dr. Christine Taylor.
Tuscaloosa’s Charles Storey Leaving His Legacy in Real Estate
Find out more about the life and journey of Charles Storey who is creating history and building a legacy in real estate in Alabama.
Black History Makers of Alabama Honors Marcus Kennedy
Marcus Kennedy is the Dean of Student Life and Housing at Stillman College. He provides leadership, strategic vision, and management for student residence programs.
Black History Makers of Alabama Honors Sheryl Threadgill-Matthews
For 29 years, Sheryl Threadgill-Matthews has been changing the lives of young people in Wilcox County through her organization BAMA Kids, Inc. Learn more about her journey.
Dr. Aliquippa Allen is Creating History in Alabama’s Blackbelt
Demopolis native Dr. Aliquippa Allen is creating history in Alabama’s Blackbelt. She supports the entrepreneurial vision and the Founder and Executive Director of the Rural Business and Training Center.
Tuscaloosa’s Rachel James Harris is Making History in the Classroom and on Bookshelves
Tuscaloosa's Rachel James Harris Is Making History in the Classroom & On Bookshelves
Brains, Beauty and Black Excellence: Meet Imani P. Muse
Black History Makers of Alabama is honoring 2022 Miss Alabama Collegiate America. Imani P. Muse is a University of Alabama student who believes that “small acts matter.”
Shante’ Morton is Creating History as an Advocate for Alabama Children
Black History Makers of Alabama honors Tuscaloosa native and educator Shante' Morton. Learn more about her life and journey as an advocate for children in our communities.