To promote for the benefit of the general public, the history, contributions and legacy of Culpeper County, Virginia born United States Colored Troops (USCTs) as well as residents of Culpeper during the American Civil War who contributed to securing freedom for its enslaved people. The primary focus shall be Culpeper born residents, however the stories and sacrifices of all Colored soldiers during the American Civil War shall also be told through advocacy and education.
Section 2. To increase community and national knowledge, understanding and appreciation of proposed USCT monument through advocacy in a manner best suited for the site, for the benefit of present and future generations.
Section 3. To conduct, sponsor or facilitate the holding of tours, cultural events, lectures, seminars, and other activities relating to the purposes listed above.
Section 4. To generate revenue for activities relating to the purposes of the corporation and to use all assets controlled by the Freedom Foundation and all income thereof for the benefit of the creation, restoration and maintenance of USCT memorial sites and enlightening the general public on the contributions of USCTs during the American Civil War.
The By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation of the Freedom Foundation can be viewed in their entirety here: