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    Powerful Black Stories. By Heru G. Duenas #BlackExcellence First ALL Black Female Flight Crew The first US airline flight staffed by an all African-American female flight crew comprised of Captain Rachelle Jones, first officer Stephanie Grant and flight attendants Diana Galloway and Robin Rogers. Some thought this was a stunt and some even refused to board the plane, because of an all-African American female crew. — with Errol Wiles.

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    First All Black Female Flight Crew Takes Flight Feb 2012 For the passengers on a recent Atlantic Southeast Airlines flight, an Atlanta based Delta Connection regional carrier, little did they know when they boarded that particular trip to their destination they were witnesses to aviation and Black history. Girls 2Greatness-Facebook They had boarded the first US airline flight staffed by an all African-American female f...See More

  • Osunlade

    The 1st all black, all female flight crew soared in Feb 2012.... Delta's all-female, African American American aviation crew - making history. Captain Rachelle Jones, 1st officer Stephanie Grant & flight attendants Diana Galloway and Robin Rogers.

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