Author Jason Irby celebrated Arkansas women at the 2019 presentation of the Women’s History Month Observance. The event was held on Saturday, March 23rd at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Arkansas Children’s Library and Learning Center.
The fourth (4th) annual Arkansas Heritage Celebration of Black History Month was presented by local author Jason Irby on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
This year’s theme was “The Integrators“. Presentations were given by students who integrated schools from around the state of Arkansas. High School integrators included:
Join author Jason Irby for the 2019 presentation of Women’s History Month Observance on Saturday, March 23 beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Arkansas Children’s Library and Learning Center.
On Saturday, February 23, 2019, Jason Irby will present the Fourth Annual Arkansas Heritage Celebration of Black History. This year’s theme is The Integrators.
Scheduled to make presentations are representatives from the following Arkansas high schools:
- Students from L. W. Sullivan High School integrated into Morrilton High School
- Students from J. S. Walker High School integrated into Willie K. Hocker High School
- Students from Howard County High School integrated into Saratoga High School
Legend Among Us Honorees
The 2018 Year End Review
“Each of the past 5 years I have called incredible, but 2018 has really had an incredible impact on my life. I’ve been blessed throughout the years and this year is no exception. This year many can see and kinda get a glimpse of my works, projects, and recognitions by viewing my recent awards. I gladly share my joy and outlook. Incredible cannot fully describe, ” shares Jason Irby.
The Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 10th with opening comments from the event establisher, Jason Irby, followed by a presentation of colors by the Parkview Arts Science Magnet High School ROTC.
“We presented this heritage event to preserve the history of Native Americans and the people of African descent who shared relationships among them. Relationships ranged from friendship, family membership, to slavery,” said Irby.
Join author Jason Irby in a celebration of Native American Heritage Month at the Black Indian & Native American Heritage Fair on Saturday, November 10, 2018 beginning at 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The event will be held at the University Plaza Shopping Center parking lot located at 5820 Asher Avenue in Little Rock, Arkansas.