The JXN Project has been rooted in community since its inception, understanding that the preservation of Black history is a collective responsibility among everyone from elders, educators, and elected officials alike, and therefore, we invite you to join us on The JXN Journey.
On the heels of celebrating the 150th anniversary of Jackson Ward, there are a variety of ways to join The JXN Journey as we launch "The Skipwith-Roper Homecoming: A Capital Campaign." In addition to formal sponsorship packages, there are exclusive opportunities for local Black-owned businesses to partner as friends of the project. To learn more, click the "SUPPORT THE JXN PROJECT" button if you are institutional giver or click the "DONATE NOW" button if you are an individual giver.
In the spirit of community engagement, The JXN Project previously welcomed open submissions for an endorsed nomination for consideration for the Commission of Architectural Review, Urban Design Committee, and|or Public Arts Commission, as well as a public comment period for the honorary street designations. In coming months, The JXN Project will issue a call for community submissions of artifacts and|or anecdotes that capture the historical arc of Jackson Ward.