Honorable Judge Marion A. Humphrey, Keynote Speaker, 13th Annual King Kennedy Dinner

Honorable Judge Marion A. Humphrey, Keynote Speaker, 13th Annual King Kennedy Dinner

(LITTLE ROCK) – The Honorable Judge Marion A. Humphrey, pastor of Allison Presbyterian Church in Little Rock, AR, will serve as the keynote speaker for the 13th Annual King Kennedy Dinner. The Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus (ADBC) will host its annual dinner on Friday, February 17th, 2017, at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, AR. The dinner and award ceremony will begin at 7p.m. The event was established in 2005 to honor and recognize outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to their communities and the state of Arkansas. “We are thrilled…continue reading →
ARKANSAS DEMOCRATIC BLACK CAUCUS ANNOUNCES 2017 KING KENNEDY DINNER HONOREES

ARKANSAS DEMOCRATIC BLACK CAUCUS ANNOUNCES 2017 KING KENNEDY DINNER HONOREES

(LITTLE ROCK) – In celebration of Black History Month, The Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus (ADBC) will host its 13th Annual King Kennedy Dinner on Friday, Feb.17th, 2017 at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, AR. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. The event was established in 2005 to honor and recognize outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to their communities and the state of Arkansas. “Once again, we are very excited to celebrate the 13th annual King Kennedy Dinner and to pay tribute to deserving individuals here across the state…continue reading →
REMINDER! MEETING THIS SATURDAY!

REMINDER! MEETING THIS SATURDAY!

REMINDER! MEETING THIS SATURDAY! Join us this Saturday, November 14th, at 11:30a.m. Bethel AME Church 815 West 16th St, LR, AR We will start promptly at 11:30a.m We are asking that ALL ADBC Members make a special effort to come out and attend! Also, if you signed up to volunteer with the Christmas Gala, we will have a brief 20 min meeting following the general meeting! We look forward to seeing YOU! Sincerely, Darrell Stephens, President-Arkansas Democratic Black Caucuscontinue reading →
John Marshall Robinson

John Marshall Robinson

John Marshall Robinson was a prominent physician, civic leader, and co-founder and president of the Arkansas Negro Democratic Association (ANDA). As a physician, Robinson performed pioneering medical surgery and was involved with a number of medical institutions and organizations in Little Rock (Pulaski County). As a politician, Robinson was the main voice in the state demanding equal black participation in the Arkansas Democratic Party between 1928 and 1952. Born on July 31, 1879, in Pickens, Mississippi, John Robinson was one of eight children of Isabell Marshall and Amos G. Robinson. Robinson attended Rust College in Holly Springs,…continue reading →