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The Keepers of 306 is an action initiative of the National Civil Rights Museum to engage civic-minded young leaders that are passionate about preserving the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and activating the next generation of socially conscious change agents.

Where do we go from Here? To The Polls

WHAT: “Where Do We Go From Here: To the Polls”

WHEN: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 | 6:30-8 p.m.

WHERE: Live-streamed at and the museum's Facebook page @ncrmuseum

RSVP: See below

Keepers of 306 is partnering with the museum to present a live-streamed town hall event on the value of voting on June 30 entitled “Where Do We Go From Here?: To the Polls.” The goal of the virtual forum is to raise awareness of the value of voting as an attainable call to action for every American.

“2020 has brought to the forefront many challenges of the African-American experience – healthcare, police brutality, an unequal judicial system,” said Trevia Chatman, chair of Keepers of 306. “Our forefathers fought the same battles and overcame them through advocacy and policy change. Voting and advocating for policy change is essential and truly the way that we move forward as a nation.”

While the target audience of Keepers of 306 events are individuals 40 and under, attendees of all ages and all cities are invited to listen and learn virtually.



Are you a Keeper of 306?

Use the sign-up form below to learn what's happening with Keepers of 306 and how to participate in the initiative.  Please visit us on all social media @Keepersof306.  For questions, please email, or text us at 901-444-5070.