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The Afro-American, April 4, 2020 - April 10, 2020


amily members, coworkers and friends gathered, March 11, for the U.S. Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame 12th Annual Induction Ceremony, which was held at the Women in Service for America Memorial at the Arlington National Cemetery. Sixteen honorees were inducted into the 2020 class, including three Army chaplains. The guest speaker was Gen. (Ret.) Dennis Reimer, former Army Chief of Staff. Additionally, several Legacy Scholarship recipients were

Some of the inductees of the Hall of Fame with Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Clara Adams-Ender (5th from the left) and Delores Ruddock (3rd from the right).

Gen. (Ret.) Dennis Reimer, guest speaker, inductee, Master SGT Elizabeth “Lizz” Frazier and Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Anne McDonald , president, Army Women’s Foundation

The Hall of Fame medal

Inductee Col. (Ret.) Lillian Anita Dixon.

presented along with some special recognition awards. Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Anne Macdonald is president of the Foundation.

Inductee, Col. (Ret.) Edna Cummings

Photos by Kelly Keinhofer Elkhorn and Edgar Brookins

Delores Ruddock with a soldier

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Dorian Anderson, Maj. Gen. (Ret.) George Alexander, Col. (Ret.) Dorene Hurt, Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Earl Sims and Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) William Green Jr., deputy chief Photos by Ronald Christian Jr. and Juernene chaplains, U.S. Army Bass

Audience watches the induction ceremony

The 2020 class of inductees into the Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame

Photos by Ronald Christian Jr. and Juernene Bass


The Afro-American, April 4, 2020 - April 10, 2020

The Creative Alliance held their 12th Annual Viva Brasil Mid-Winter Concert Carnival Dance Party on Feb. 29. Amtchat Edwards taught the crowd how to dance to forro - a style of music that originated in the north eastern region of Brazil. JP Silva flew in from Rio de Janeiro to fill the room with authentic forro and samba tunes. Nation Beat, along with Rose Morales, closed the event with an electrifying performance of funk, brass and forro. The featured artwork was exhibited in the upper gallery of the venue displaying original, Black history themed artistry created entirely by the students of the Creative Alliance.

Trumpeter Mark Collins

Dance instructor Amtchat Edwards

Couple on the dance floor

Photo Credit: Ronald Christian Jr.

Drummer Scott Kettner Saxophonist Paul Carlon JP Silva, lead singer of the JP Silva Band

Pieces of art from Creative Alliance Black History Month gallery

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