HUMBOLDT, Tenn. –One group is internet hosting the primary African American Pageant in a neighborhood metropolis.
The competition was held on the Stigall Museum in Humboldt.
The museum was as soon as a black solely college and park.
The competition was held to recollect the historical past and educate kids in regards to the basis of the group.
The competition has meals, music, bounce homes and video games for everybody.
The objective is to not solely have a superb time however to show the youth in regards to the historical past, tradition and alternatives Stigall gave to black college students.
“We determined that we received to have one thing in our neighborhood and the historical past of Stigall and the alumni of Stigall, we needed to convey one thing again for our children and households, to allow them to know that that is the tradition of what occurred down right here” mentioned Leon McNeal, Vice mayor, Humboldt.
The competition ends at 7 p.m., so you continue to have time to go to the occasion.