Healthy Black Women and Girls... "On February 12, 2009 Atlantic Southeast created aviation history by having the first all female African American crew in United States history. Flight 5202 departed Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International enroute to Nashville International with Captain Rachelle Jones and First Officer Stephanie Grant at the controls, and Flight Attendants Diana Galloway and Robin Rogers taking care of the passengers' needs." Black Female, American History, All Black, Africans American, Black History, Female Flight, Flight Attendance, Flight Crew, Black Girls
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Jeanine McIntosh Menze holds the distinction of becoming the first African American female in the United States Coast Guard to earn the Coast Guard Aviation designation. At the time of her graduation, she was the first African American female aviator in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard.
"Educator Charlotte Hawkins Brown on her wedding day, 1912. Founder of the Palmer Memorial Institute in North Carolina, Ms. Brown was also a suffragist who worked for black women to have the same rights black men and white women were fighting for in the early 20th century. She was also the great aunt of singer Natalie Cole. In fact, she raised Natalie’s mother Maria and her sisters (her brother’s children) when their mother died in childbirth." Ms. Brown died in 1961.
DIANA FLETCHER, daughter of a runaway slave who took refuge with the Seminoles in Florida. His Seminole wife, Diana's mother, died on The Trail of Tears. Diana attended Hampton Institute in Virginia, a college for Black students later opened to Native Americans. She maintained her Black Indian heritage despite pressure to repress it. [More "Black Indians" and frontier people at www.pinterest.com... ]