Community Involvement

Africatown Celebrations

Community Engagement

Africatown Community celebrates the The Clotilda Landing location

Africatown Kite Day

Africatown Community leaders and Alumni of Mobile County Training School participating in the annual Kite Day 2019

Clotilda Celebration

Jazz Band celebrates The Clotilda landing

Special Announcement

Africatown Heritage Preservation Foundation has received $50,000 in grant funding.

Stir Up The Gift

Stir Up The Gift performance by Paula Dunn in 2004.

Day of Healing | Nationwide Bell Ringing Ceremony

On August 25, 2019, the nation marks 400 years since the arrival at Point Comfort along the James River in Virginia of 20 and odd” captive Africans whose forced labor helped establish the first permanent English colony in North America.

Isaiah Whitley MCTS Legacy Luncheon

What Whitley School Was to The Hope Family? Everything!! Whitley Annual Event – Remembering Isaiah Whitley

Liz Smith-Incer National Park Service

National Park Service – Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program: Inspiring Collaboration in Our Neighborhoods

The National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) extends and expands the benefits of the National Park Service to communities throughout the nation. Since 2016, RTCA has proudly served the community of Africatown and surrounding communities by assisting with the development of the Africatown Connections Blueway.

Rev Williams Yorktown Baptist Church

From The Africatown Religious Community

First, thanks you to the MCTS Alumni Association for your tireless work and leadership in the Plateau Community. The love that you have shown for the school and community should be commended.

Softball Hall of Fame

George Sylvester was inducted into the West Alabama Softball Hall of Fame on Friday, June 21, 2019. George was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a coach.

Africatown Heritage Preservation Foundation
P.O. Box 66478
Mobile, Alabama 36660