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The Legacy of Frederick Douglas Reese

Nov 28, 1929 – Apr 5, 2018 

"How can you teach and teach citizenship, and you're not a first-class citizen yourself?" F.D.Reese

OUR MISSION

The F. D. Reese Foundation aims to honor Dr. Frederick Douglas Reese’s legacy through practical education methods to make a global impact on humanity. The foundation strives to address the disenfranchisement of students in some of the nation’s underserved and impoverished communities to build universal leaders. 


The spirit of F. D. Reese will engender a level of respectability, self-pride, and morality within the lives of all who are impacted by the foundation’s work. Ultimately, the foundation seeks to raise awareness of critical issues facing the community through culturally relevant education services and scholarship opportunities. 

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Welcome To The F. D. Reese Foundation

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About The Foundation

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Let's Continue The Work

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and his wife, Coretta King, lead off the final day for the Selma to Montgomery march on March 25, 1965. Thousands of civil rights marchers joined in the walk, which began in Selma on March 21, demanding voter registration rights for blacks. The Rev. F.D. Reese, of Selma, is at right. 

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Credits:  Alvin Benn, Columnist  Photo AP

What We Do

Giving to the Foundation

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If you would like to extend your support to the Frederick D. Reese Foundation, to make a lasting impact on the future of education within impoverished communities, you may choose from several gift arrangements. 

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Rev. Frederick D. Reese "Stand"

Teachers in Selma March for the Right to Vote

In this segment of Marching into History, Rev. F.D. Reese recalls the march of Selma teachers in January 1965. Reese, then president of the Selma City Teachers' Association, led the march to the county courthouse to protest the lack of voting rights for African Americans.

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Credits: Deonya Fields

Published on May 30, 2009 

 

1 John 4:6


We are from God. Whoever knows God listens to us; whoever is not from God does not listen to us. By this we know the Spirit of truth and the spirit of error.

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Our services and programs are designed to support students and juveniles to enhance their academic and social skills to be better citizens.  

Programs & Services

View the work of the foundation and check out the ultimate events while recognizing students' excellence in academics.

Events & Awards

Great gifts and t-shirts available for purchase, and receive the F . D. Reese Foundation's signature t-shirt when you donate to the foundation. 

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Read our inspirational blogs designed to effect change for future generations. 

Stories of Impact

Browse topics about the late Rev. Dr. F. D. Reese, and links to other educational resources.  

News & Archives

If you have a question, you can submit through our online contact form or via phone. 

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Historic Tour

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A guide to history, tours, events, and attractions in Selma, Alabama, the place  where Bloody Sunday occurred on March 7, 1965.   

Our Gallery

F D Reese Foundation Gallery.

Look back at history and our current photos showcasing the work of the foundation.

Education Resources

F D Reese Biography

You will find resources to help you effectively improve literacy skills for your children.

Community Service

Learn about the late Rev. Dr. Frederick Douglas Reese's passion for education.  We hope you will support the mission and make an effort to volunteer your time.

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