Black History Month 2012 – Missouri


As a means of promoting global fellowship, Niagara Foundation strives to highlight the accomplishments and contributions of individuals from every ethnic background. In February of every year, Niagara Foundation celebrates Black History Month by inviting African-Americans that are active leaders in their community to speak.

As part of Black History Month celebrations, Niagara Foundation Missouri Branch* is pleased to announce a panel on the theme of “Outstanding achievements of African Americans”.

The reception will feature exhibitions, speech, and furthermore.

Wednesday, February 23, 2012
Reception : 12:00 P.M.
Luncheon : 12:15 P.M.

Crowne Plaza St. Louis – Clayton
7750 Carondelet Avenue
Clayton (St. Louis), Missouri 63105

George W. Draper, III
Judge, Missouri Supreme Court

Rita Days
Democratic Director of the St Louis County Election Board,
Former State Senator

John Baugh
Professor of Linguistics, Washington University in St Louis

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