Building a future that honors both past and present
It is always necessary to stand ready to fight bad ideas. But bad ideas will overwhelm a place that doesn’t present a clear vision of the type of ideas it seeks to accommodate. That’s why One Hundred Miles is working with a diverse coalition of partners, including descendants of formerly enslaved people, historic preservation groups, churches, the East Coast Greenway Alliance, and concerned citizens, to identify proactive solutions.
We’ve also partnered with the McIntosh County Chamber of Commerce and the Industrial Development Authority to promote the county as a destination for people interested in ecotourism and African American culture and history.