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  • Black History Month Program at City Hall Rotunda


    2/21/2013 11:30 am - 1:00 pm    
  • Price: Free
  • Location: Little Rock City Hall Rotunda
  • Address: 500 W. Markham St., Little Rock, AR
  • Description:

    The Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission will host its annual Black History Month program; this year will celebrate the contributions that African-American Arkansans have made to the field of aviation.

    The program will include a posthumous tribute to recognize Mr. Cornelius Robinson Coffey, an Arkansas native, who was the first African-American to establish an aeronautical school in the United States.

    The keynote speaker will be Rufus A. Hunt, Jr., a retired commercial pilot and aviation historian who authored many aviation subject articles including a book about Cornelius Robinson Coffey, The Coffey Intersection.

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