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The Divine Souls - Quartet of the Southwest - 2017

The premier quartet of the southwest. Back row: left to right - Arron Brown, Ned Gadson, Isaiah Reyes, and David White. Front row: left to right - Brian Rosette, Michael Bembo, and Delmus Lowe. Performed at the ceremony to honor African American women in the community. Location was El Paso, Texas at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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Extraordinary Ladies In Our Communities - 2017

Designed to honor ladies who have successfully achieved great accomplishments in our local communities. Left to right: Pat Orndor,Julia Jackson, Carol Kitchen, Pam Smith, Hope Jackson, Chyrl Samuels, and Florence V. Spruill. Location was in the city of El Paso, Texas.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

Source: EPMH

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Juliet Hart - Honored By The Community - 2017

Juliet Hart - honored by the African American Community for her accomplishments. Ceremony took place in El Paso, Texas - August 27, 2017. Juliet spent many years serving El Pasoans at El Paso Community College.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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Obit for Juliet Hart published in El Paso Times Feb 20, 2022

Juliet was honored as a member of El Paso Women's Hall of Fame. Served on Board of Mc Call Center in El Paso, TX.

March is Women's History Month. I respect work of Juliet in El Paso community.

Juliet spent many years serving El Pasoans at El Paso Community College.

Barbara Jean Lee - Congresswoman

Photograph: Barbara Lee speaking at the McCall Center in El Paso, Texas. Barbara Jean Lee was born on July 16, 1946, in El Paso, Texas. She had lived here until 1960 when she moved to Los Angeles, California. In California she attended Fernando High School, graduated from Mills College, and received her Masters in Social Work at the University of California, Berkley in 1975. During her time in school she did many notable things such as being the president of the Mills College Black Student Union, and serving as Shirley Chisholm's delegate during her presidential campaign in 1972. In 1998 Congresswoman Barbara Lee was elected to serve California's 9th congressional district (now the 13th). Lee received national attention when she was the only member of congress to vote against the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists (AUMF) following the September 11th terrorist attacks. Today she serves on the Budget Committee and the powerful Appropriations Committee, which oversees all the federal government spending. https://lee.house.gov/about/biography https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Lee

Area: Central / Five Points

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March is Women's History Month.

Extraordinary Ladies In Our Communities - 2017

Designed to honor ladies who have successfully achieved great accomplishments in our local communities. Left to right: Emerine Matthews, Sonia Wheeler, Mildred Peeples, Frances Hills, and Dr. Vera Carter Shields.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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March is Women's History Month. Woman in peach jacket is Frances Hills, native of El Paso, TX. Photo taken at event in El Paso, TC

Anna Margaret Morgan - 1951

Anna Margaret Morgan - mother of McCarthy Morgan - resident of El Paso, Texas.

Area: Out of Area / Out of Area

Source: McCarthy Morgan

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First Class:My Mama 1951

First (Afro-American) crossing guard in Atlanta Georgia 1951. McCarthy Morgan - resident of El Paso, Texas - picture of his mother.

Area: Out of Area / Out of Area

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Anna Margaret Morgan

Showing Class Back in the day. Anna Margaret Morgan - mother of McCarthy Morgan from El Paso, Texas.

Area: Out of Area / Out of Area

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Cleotia Berry - 1985

Cleotia Berry - respected citizen of El Paso, Texas circa 1985

Area: Central / Five Points

Source: Eva Ross

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Cornelia Gladden - Celebrate Women's History Month - 1988

Cornelia Gladden in red blouse and group of quilters, Women's History Month March 1988 in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Northeast / Veteran's Park

Source: Eva Ross

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Still celebrating women's History Month in March 2021.

Cornelia is woman wearing red blouse.

Mayola Senior

Mayola Senior - sponsor of program for African American girls in El Paso, Texas

Area: Central / Five Points

Source: Eva Ross

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Barbara Lee's Book

Photograph: Barbara Lee's book "Renegade for Peace & Justice" an autobiography about her struggles and her perseverance throughout her life from a young girl living in a segregated El Paso, to a well respected Congresswoman in the 21st century.

Area: Central / Five Points

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Barbara Lee With Oscar Leeser - 2017

Photograph: Congresswoman Barbara Lee posing with El Paso's Mayor, Oscar Leeser after a book signing at the McCall Center in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Central / Five Points

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Monica Ortiz Uribe, "El Paso produces past, present Black leaders," El Paso Times, ap 4, 2021 p. 1A & 8A

On Jan 13, 2021, Rep Barbara Lee's bill for a Women's History & 19th Centennial Quarter passed both Houses of Congress.

Barbara Lee With Everett Thomas

Photograph: Congresswoman Barbara Lee posing with Everett Thomas during her book signing at the McCall Center in El Paso, Texas, 2017.

Area: Central / Five Points

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Congresswoman Barbara Lee - El Paso, Texas - 2017

Congresswoman Barbara Lee visits the McCall Neighborhood Center in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Central / Five Points

Source: McCall Center

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President of the Board of Directors - Anna Howell - 2017

President of the Board of Directors - Anna Howell - 2017 Extraordinary Ladies in the community being honored by the African American Community. Anna Howell was one of the ladies honored for her accomplishments in the community.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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Anna Howell has honored many women and richly deserves to be recognized in our community. March is Women's History Month.

Patricia White & Connie Hopkins - 2017

Patricia White & Connie Hopkins at the ceremony to honor black women in the community. Event was held in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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Honoring African American Women In El Paso, Texas - 2017

Arron Brown enjoying the ceremony to honor African American women. He is enjoying the ceremony with his daughter. Event took place at the Hilton Garden Inn in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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Honoring African American Women - El Paso, Texas - 2017

Setting up for the Gospel show honoring African American women in El Paso, Texas.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

Source: EPMH

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Angie Roper - Honored In El Paso, Texas

Angie Roper center of the image honored during the ceremony. The ceremony honored African American women in the community of El Paso, Texas. Photograph - left to right: Geraldine Simmons, Angie Roper, and Kathy Bradshaw.

Area: Eastside / Cielo Vista

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