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The Living Testimony Foundation Inc
Striving to seek, study, present, preserve and protect African American history and culture.
The Living Testimony Foundation Incorporated is a nonprofit with 501(c)(3) status recognized by the IRS. It was established in 2008 by Eric Majette, Jr. while working in the film industry as an outlet to ensure that his passions of both history and music would be preserved. Specifically the historical, cultural, and musical contributions of African Americans.
Our mission is to aid and encourage cultural, scientific, educational and artistic enrichment of the general public by producing, sponsoring and distributing films, artwork, photographs, media, live performances, and the performing arts concerned with the humanities, arts, and sciences as they relate to social and public interest issues of the past and present.
The foundation, an IRS designated 501(c) 3, is committed to serving those at-risk, disadvantaged and the disenfranchised by providing programs, and seminars that empower, enrich, and enlighten the lives of those in need in Atlanta, and communities across the globe, with specific outreach geared toward youth and young adults. The foundation fosters entrepreneurial growth by developing programs that educate and encourage the community concerning establishing, owning, and managing successful businesses.
We envision being a safe haven and conduit of true excellence. We will aid and support those in need, to educate and provide events and activities that promote growth and development in the communities in which we served.
We seek to empower individuals and groups of people by providing them with the skills they need to effect change in their own communities, therefore, infusing productive assets back into the community.
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Eric Majette, Jr.
Executive Director & Founder
Mr. Majette has been bestowed the title of “The Keeper of the Jewels,” by the late legendary Civil and Human Rights Activist and Comedian, Dick Gregory, for having one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive traveling Black History collections in the world. He is considered by many to be a modern-day Dr. Carter G. Woodson for this century and generation.