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The Fly Girl Show

The Fly Girl Show hosted by Casey Grant


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In all of the stories about aviation and its history, the stories of the first African American stewardesses have been left untold and unknown. We first took to the skies when flying was glamorous and exclusive, when little girls dreamt of being stewardesses, models, or movie stars. We rubbed elbows with the elite and traveled the world when few others could. We flew as pioneers in a global society long before the time of the Internet and globalization. We also kept our heads high facing down racial prejudice and discrimination. We lived as stars of the sky. I was one of the first African American stewardesses for Delta Airlines and I worked alongside other pioneers for almost thirty-five years as co-adventures and friends. My show will introduce you to some of these pioneers and take you on our journey!

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Tune in to meet one of the most interesting and high energy young ladies you will ever want to know!. Carolyn Shelton was one of the first African American stewardess/flight attendant for Continental Air Lines. After leaving the airlines... more

My guest today is Tryone Haymore, Director/Curator of the Robbins History Museum in Robbins, Illinois. This program will be filled with many unknown historical facts and will surprise you of the famous people that hails from the... more

Marlene Talyor was one of the 1st Black women air traffic controllers to work the complicated Tokyo traffic patterns at Yokota Air Force Base in Japan. Marlene later became an author of stories about determination and transcendence. Her... more

Tune in and meet my exceptional guest seasoned guitarist, Jacques Lesure as we discuss his career and new release "Camaraderie". Mr. Lesure is orginally from Detroit and resides in Los Angeles . He has performed with many of Jazz's... more

Ever wonder where America's sweetheart, BernNadette from Good Times is doing these day? Please tune in to the interview with BernNadette Stanis "Thelma" from Good Times. She is still very active these days as an author and actress.. Stay... more

United we stand. Jacqueline Jacquet-Williams not only believed in those words but realized how important it was to create the Black Flight Attendants of America Inc. to unite the Black flight attendants while addressing their uniques... more

Meet one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, 91 years young, Richard Hall, as he shares his personal stories with us today on The Fly Girl Show. He will enlighten us about his days as a mechanic with the Tuskegee pilots at Chanute Air... more

On March 7, 1965 around 600 or more people attempteed to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in an attempt to begin the Selma to Montgomery March. The peaceful demonstraors were met by state troopers and were violently attacked.... more

New show coming this week meet some of the first African American stewardesses from other air lines. Until then please enjoy my TV interview about my book Stars in the Sky, history of the first African-American pioneers... more

Are you among the 150 million people that will be filing their taxes starting January 20th to April 15? Pick up some "how to file your taxes" (and maybe get a larger refund) tips on this weeks The Fly Girl Show.

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