November Honoree:

Harold and Lucille Webb

Tuskegee Airman and Educator

Harold and Lucille Webb have dedicated their lives to serving North Carolina, and the United States, in fields as diverse as education, public health, civil rights and the military.     A native of Greensboro, Harold Webb enlisted in the Army in 1943, serving as a pilot with WWII’s legendary Tuskeegee Airmen, the first African-American unit to fly and maintain American combat aircraft. The unit received a Congressional Gold Medal in 2007 for its military achievements and paving the way for full integration of the Armed Forces.     Returning home... Read Full Bio

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The Heritage Calendar 2014

The Heritage Calendar honors men and women of all races who have contributed significantly to the lives and experiences of African Americans in the State. In addition to monthly honorees, the calendar also highlights dates of significance in North Carolina and nationally.


 

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