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Mr. Kwame Leo Lillard

Civil Rights Activist and Chief Executive Officer and Founder

African American Alliance for Homeownership

HQ Phone: (503) 595-3517

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African American Alliance for Homeownership

825 NE 20Th Ave

Portland, Oregon 97232

United States

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Employment History


The Tennessean

Chief Executive Officer

African American Cultural Alliance


Individual Member
Tennesseans for the Arts

Board of Regents

Nashville Freedom Rider and Metro Council


Tennessee State University

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Kwame Leo Lillard, Organizer The African American Alliance

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For the actual unveiling all of the participants and more gathered near the large photos of the stamps, joining them in a toast were Moses W. Fisher, Jr. and Kwame Lillard, Civil Rights activist and CEO and founder, African American Alliance.

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Again this year, Nashville Freedom Rider and former Metro Council member Kwame Lillard will conduct a tour for students of significant sites in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.

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Kwame Lillard, African American Cultural Alliance,

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Saturday's ceremony was held to unveil a new state highway marker commemorating the landmark case, and the event attracted a number of dignitaries including Benjamin Jealous, national president and CEO of the NAACP, and Kwame Lillard, president of the African American Cultural Alliance, as well as several other men and women who, like Lillard, traveled on buses throughout the South in 1961 to challenge the southern states' segregation laws.

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