The Alabama Women's Hall of Fame was founded in 1970 to provide a permanent place of honor for Alabama's most outstanding women. Until 2021, the Women's Hall of Fame was located in
Marion, Alabama, on the campus
of Judson College. With Judson's closure in 2021, the Hall of Fame will announce a new location. The 2022 induction ceremony will be held at the University of West Alabama in Livingston.
Inductees include Helen Keller, Julia Tutwiler, Mother Angelica, Coretta Scott King, Evelyn Daniel Anderson, Rosa Parks, Mildred Westervelt Warner, Zora Neale Hurston, and many other women whose lives and work were integral to the story of Alabama.
Inductees must be deceased
for two years and be from or affiliated with Alabama. Women to be
inducted are selected by unanimous vote of the board of directors of
the AWHF. The board is from a cross section of the state and represents
broad areas of interest.To nominate a woman for this honor, use the printable FORM and e-mail to:alabamaWHF@gmail.com.
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