AUS Alumnus Delbert Richardson Wins 2017 NEA Carter G. Woodson Memorial Award

Delbert Richardson, a graduate of Antioch University Seattle’s BA in Liberal Studies program, winner of the 2013 Newman Civic Fellows Award, and founder of The Unspoken Truths American History Traveling Museum, has recently been awarded the National Education Association’s (NEA) 2017 Carter G. Woodson Memorial Award! In the words of NEA president, Lily Eskelsen García , this award “is presented to an individual/group/institution whose activities in Black affairs significantly impact education and the achievement of equal opportunity.” Richardson has been invited to accept his award at the NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards Dinner this July in Boston, MA.

Antioch University Seattle congratulates Delbert Richardson for earning this award! We are proud to be his alma mater.

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