Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 10 th 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.
Jason Irby stands with recipients as an inspired audience looks on in admiration and respect for the achievements and contributions made by each respective Legend. 2018 Legend Among Us
The program also featured honors and citations given to each recipient by the Arkansas Secretary of State.
Each year brings about a new and different opportunity to serve my community and 2017 will definitely be memorable.
Jason Irby recently received a visit from an Arkansas Wildlife Officer from the
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
The Wildlife Officer and Irby walked and inspected the property discussing conservation practices as they moved through the grasses, trees, and shallow water area.
This has been a great year so far. The
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) farm practices for the conservation and habitat are coming along as scheduled.
Robert “Say” McIntosh was moved to tears as he received recognition before an enthusiastic audience for his historical body of work at the
2nd annual Arkansas Heritage Celebration of Black History Month.