National Race Amity Institute
Naming and Sponsorship Opportunities
These high-profile naming and sponsorship opportunities are available in the heart of Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn District, in a state-of-the-art facility that will attract a steady stream of tourists, thought leaders, students, activists and others who will attend training sessions, seminars and entertainment programs throughout the year.
Godmothers of Race Amity Memorial Statue
The 6-foot statue memorializes the friendship of Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt, an iconic example of cross-racial partnership in pursuit of social justice. This statue will stand outside the main entrance of NRAI on Edgewood Ave.
Race Amity Entrance Plaza
The NRAI entry plaza is a high-visibility naming opportunity, facing vibrant Edgewood Ave.
Bricks in Entrance Plaza
Honor a loved one or convey a special message by purchasing a commemorative brick.
4”x8” Engraved Brick with 3 lines of text: $125
8”x8” Engraved Brick with 6 lines of text: $240
NRAI Exhibit Hall
The Icons of Race Amity artistic series will be on permanent display in the Exhibit Hall, along with interactive kiosks on the history of Race Amity and local and state Race Amity Day proclamations from across the nation.
Permanent Exhibit: Icons of Race Amity
NCRA commissioned artist Pamela Chatterton-Purdy to create artistic expressions of people who demonstrated powerful examples of interracial friendship and partnership in advancing social justice. Her Icons of Race Amity series builds on her previous well-known works, Icons of the Civil Rights Movement and The Emanuel 9.
These moving images will be on permanent display in the Exhibit Hall of the National Race Amity Institute. Naming rights are available for each individual Icon.
NRAI Seminar Room
The NRAI Seminar Room will be the primary learning space for year-round one, two and three-day seminar sessions for national and local corporate and educational organizations, colleges and universities, and nonprofit organizations.
NRAI Race Amity Resource Center
The NRAI Resource Center will provide visitors the opportunity to purchase books, videos, and other merchandise, as well as free resources to support their efforts in race amity work in their communities.