Theo Calloway Marker Dedication December 20, 2020

A moderated discussion between Josephine Bolling McCall and Rose Zoltek-Jick, professor and Associate Director of the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law.

On October 9, 2018, Josephine Bolling McCall was featured on the NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

ABC Nightline, March 1, 2021

Caleb Robinson, 11th grade student of MD, did a documentary on lynching using Elmore Bolling as his subject. He is the great-nephew of Elmore Bolling. Jo McCall participated in the documentary via FaceTime. Strange Fruit: The Legacy o Lynching as a Means of Social Control​ was entered into a competition and was recognized at the state level.

Our president Jo McCall received the Black Heritage Council's 2016 Idella Childs Distinguished Service Award on Friday July 29, 2016  at the Alabama Preservation Awards Program In Mobile Alabama.  This award was presented  at the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions Forum.  Mrs. Frazine Taylor (pictured on the right) is president of the Black Heritage Council.

The Elmore Bolling Foundation Participates in the Equal Justice Initiative's Soil Collection Project

The Elmore Bolling Foundation

Woman whose father was lynched in 1947: Time for US to 'acknowledge our sinful past'