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Colored Rocks Foundation Information
  • Cheryl Dukes
  • 1270 Caroline Street, Bldg D, Ste. 120-145
  • Phone: 404-577-6257
  • URL: http://www.coloredrocks.org
  • The Colored Rocks Foundation established the Colored Rocks Prize in 2011 to address the failing graduation rates in Georgia among young men of color. The Prize competition was designed to encourage and celebrate distinguished young men of color who graduate from high school and use their chosen discipline to return a significant contribution to their community. The foundation expects to expand the awards beyond Georgia, and make the competition available in a variety of categories as the foundation grows.
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  • The Colored Rocks Prize Competition - Cheryl Dukes Will discuss it All on CBS Atlanta
  • Cheryl Dukes, Executive Director of the Colored Rocks Foundation is scheduled to appear on Focus Atlanta, on Sunday, September 4 at noon EST to discuss the Colored Rocks Prize Competition. The show airs locally on the CBS local Atlanta affiliate, The CW 69 (WUPA).
  • Recently, the Colored Rocks Foundation launched the Colored Rocks Prize to address the unacceptably low high school graduation rates in Georgia among ...
  • September 01, 2011
  • Colored Rocks Foundation Now Accepting Unique Donations - Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter
  • The Colored Rocks Foundation is pleased to announce their gratitude for those who supported and will support the Colored Rocks Scholars. Established to address the failing graduation rates in Georgia among young men of color; the Foundation is now accepting a variety of unique donations and support to achieve its mission.
  • Cheryl Dukes founder and executive director of the Colored Rock Foundation claims; "Through we applaud students who go to college, not everyone needs ...
  • August 19, 2011
  • Colored Rocks Announces $5,000 in Prizes for Young Men of Color
  • The Colored Rocks Foundation has just announced it will award $5,000 in prize money for its first annual essay competition.
  • The Colored Rocks Foundation has just announced it will award $5,000 in prize money for its first annual essay competition. The initial prizes awarded ...
  • August 09, 2011