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International Black Aviation Day - IBAD, February 16, 2022. Please join us as we celebrate/ honor our Black pioneers in aviation. It has been my mission for over 12 years to bring awareness of the Black Stewardess/Flight Attendants journey, fighting for our civil rights in the sky. It's important that our youth learn their Black aviation history and the outstanding accomplishments of our Black pioneers in aviation.
Please tune in Monday February 14th (Valentines Day) as we discuss the love and heartbeat of our Black Aviation History.and embrace our International connection. Did you know that France celebrates our first African American/Native American female pilot, Bessie Coleman for receiving her pilots license from Federation Aeronautique Internationale on June 15, 1921 and John C. Robinson nickname "Brown Condor" he realized Italy was gearing up for war with Ethiopia, he helped fight against the Fascist Italian forces by joining the Ethiopian Air Force.
More hidden Black Aviation History you need to know and people you need to meet: GiGi Coleman- great niece of Bessie Coleman and CEO of Bessie Coleman Foundation and Bessie Coleman Aviation All-Stars, Tyrone Haymore, Director/ Curator Robbins History Museum, Robbins Illinois, Patrick Evans Annakwah, CEO & Founder of Express Events and works at Global Institute of Aviation in Ghana, and Dahir Mohammed - CEO Aviation Solution , Ethiopia.
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