Talladega College and the Amistad Murals featured in the US Airways Magazine HBCUs Feature

Talladega College and its’ Amistad Murals were featured in the August issue of the US Airways Magazine. The 48-page spread on HBCUs, were spearheaded by the National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Alumni Association (NHBCUAA), an organization composed of alumni leaders who partner with federal, state and local governments and other organizations to advocate on behalf of HBCUs and their alumni. 

“Talladega College is proud to be a part of the US Airways Magazine and the exposure it brings to the College and the murals,” said President Billy C. Hawkins. “It is a strong compliment to the mural’s national tour.”

To view the US Airways Magazine, please visit the NHBCUAA website. Click Here http://www.nhbcuaa.org/usairway/HBCUSpellSuccess.pdf

About Talladega College
The oldest private Historically Black College in Alabama, Talladega College was founded in 1867 by two former slaves, William Savery and Thomas Tarrant. The college has an aggressive tradition of bringing the world to Talladega. Home of the Hale Woodruff Amistad Murals, the murals are on a nationwide tour where it is estimated to be seen by over a half million people.