The First Thirteen Collection NFT:
Monument: Robert E. Lee
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Statue:
Release Date: April 9, 2022
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With Purchase of NFT
Own The History
Area of Monument: Base
Age: 132 Years Old
The purchase of this NFT will give you a remnant of the statue:
This NFT Supports :
HBCU & Scholarship
Since the Reconstruction Era, debt has plagued African Americans and inhibited their ability to progress in society. One of today's most prevalent forms debt for African Americans are student loans :
Black college students often need to borrow more to finance their degrees, research shows. They also default on student loans at twice the rate of white borrowers.
Black students borrow and default more because they are more likely to come from low-income families, the research concluded. Their heavier debt loads make it harder to build wealth throughout adulthood.
More Black students need student loans for college than white students, and those taking them graduate with over $7,000 more in debt, on average. - Brookings Institution
Thurgood Marshall College Fund
Proceeds of this NFT will help support the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Representing 47 HBCUs and the nearly 300,000 students that attend them each year, TMCF's mission is to ensure student success by promoting educational excellence and preparing the next generation of workforce
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Proceeds from the sale of this NFT will support the Black Women's Health Imperitive, advancing health equity and social justice for Black women, across the lifespan, through policy, advocacy, education, research and leadership development.