FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 18, 2018
National Communications Director
DR. CHARLES STEELE JR. GETS INDUCTED INTO THE
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS WALK OF FAME
Atlanta, GA, January 18, 2018– A native of Tuscaloosa, Dr. Charles Steele Jr., will be inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame by the Trumpet Awards Foundation, Inc. at the 20th Annual Trumpet Awards in Atlanta, GA on January 18, 2018. This recognition was designed to honor men and women who have contributed significantly toward fostering the cause of equal justice.
His footprints will be permanently embedded in the sidewalk surrounding the National Center for Civil and Human Rights Museum in Atlanta, GA.
Steele has contributed much to his hometown, Tuscaloosa, Alabama in the civil rights and political arena. Tuscaloosa applauds Dr. Steele on his latest accomplishment. This honor is also held by many celebrity humanitarians including Lena Horne, Sidney Poitier, and Ambassador Andrew Young.