Sunday, February 28, 2016

Black History Event @ApexMuseum

Black History Month! Black History Month should not just be limited to only one month in the year, it should be 365 days of the year.  Have anyone gone to visit the @ApexMuseum in Atlanta, GA? Do you all remember Wendell Scott the first African American NASCAR driver that Richard Pryor did the movie about "Greased Lightning" he passed away in 1990 of spinal cancer, his great granddaughter was at the event. At a Black History Event last week featuring @Tia_Norfleet first black licensed NASCAR driver from Virginia, Ex WNBA player Chasity Melvin, R&B Singer Tarvoria, Spoken Work by Melissa Camilo graduate of Spellman College, and more.  Do you remember when Beverly Harvard was the Atlanta Police Chief, Juanita Hicks was the clerk of Fulton County Superior Court, and more history at the Apex Museum.  

Tia Norfleet & Wendell Scott (Black Nascar driver Great Granddaughter #34)

Wendell Scott race car is on display in the NASCAR hall of fame built for the movie by Scott "Greased Lightning" which stared Richard Pryor 


Mimi Carpenter, Tia Norfleet, Shante Tranham (@Eyelashvizion)

Tarvoria (R&B Singer with +Shante Traynham )

Tia Norfleet (Nascar) Chasity Melvin (ex WNBA)

1 comment:

  1. Although this place is probably not cheap, but they are centrally located, have fabulous staff and delicious food, and most importantly, the best views of the city. I would definitely recommend this event venue for any kind of fancy event – all my friends talked about throwing parties here only.