Save the Date
Drum Major for Justice

Join us for the 41st annual Drum Major for Justice Awards on June 19, 2020.

Annual Mother Daughter Tea
Bridging the Gap

The 11th Annual Mother Daughter Luncheon will be held in May 18, 2019.

Save the Date
Civil Rights Heritage Tour

Join us for a Civil Rights tour celebrating and honoring our legacy and heritage.

Congratulations to our 2020 Drum Major for Justice Award Recipients
In Memory of Robert Walker & Echol Cole

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Our Story

SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., INC. was founded by Mrs. Evelyn Gibson Lowery in 1979 and is primarily a volunteer organization addressing issues of social action, community and economic development. The organization also engages in activities promoting heritage pride, legislative affairs, and programs to strengthen families, and advocacy for economic justice and peace issues.

The concern of SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., INC. emphasizes women’s issues, children’s needs, and enrichment, heritage pride, political awareness, health and welfare, education, and participation in international affairs. 

Read about our latest events and how to get involved.
  • Save the Date – Evelyn G. Lowery Civil Rights Heritage Tour
    Get on the Bus… JOIN THE ORIGINAL CIVIL RIGHTS HERITAGE TOUR A Two-Day Roundtrip Motor Coach All Inclusive Event, founded by Mrs. Evelyn Gibson Lowery in 1987. HEAR THE STORIES OF GUIDES WHO WERE THERE IN 1965. SEE THE SITES AND MEET THE PEOPLE OF THE MOVEMENT. We will be stopping in Birmingham, Marion, Whitehall,...
    March 5, 2022
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