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Tribute to the First Black Stewardess in the WORLD

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The Fly Girl Show

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Please tune in on   May 28th at 1:00 pm CST,  as The Fly Girl Show honors  Leopoldine Doualla -Bell Smith, the first Black stewardess in the WORLD. 

The interview will be with her family as we recount Leopoldine journey at the tender age of 17 and a  Princess of the royal family Douala family of Cameroon .  She first worked an after school job as a ground hostess with UAT. After graduating in 1956 at the age of 17 she was recuited and sent to Paris for flight training by Air France.  

Founder Jaquueline Jacquet-Williams  and other members of the BFAOA- Black Flight Attendants of America, Inc will be joing the tribute.

Leopoldine Doualla Bell-Smith may be gone but she will never be forgotten- Farewell my friend.

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