Starbabies Tuskegee Links

 Pictured above is Dr. Booker T. Washington's grand daughter at the Annual Reunion in the Tuskegee Institute Oaks (Booker T. Washington's house);  with her are Starbabies Courtney Ford, Lauren Carnell and Antionette Harris; also pictured are Lauren's brothers Qaudale and Warren

 This is information on Tuskegee and Macon County, Alabama, the home of the Starbabies Dance Group.  There is a lot of history here and more history being made right now.

Tuskegee News

Click here to see what is going on in Tuskegee.

Tuskegee Airmen

Click here to learn about the famous "Red Tails", who made it possible for the United States Civil Rights Movement to take place.

City of Tuskegee

Click here to learn about the historic City of  Tuskegee, Alabama.

Town of Shorter

Click here to learn about the progressive Town of  Shorter, Alabama.

Town of Notasulga

Click here to learn about the historic town of  Notasulga, Alabama.

Tuskegee Youth Safe Haven

Click here to learn about a national after school program located in Macon County, Alabama

  Pictured are Antionette Harris, Kathleen, Shelissa, and Katie with Civil Rights Legend, Amelia Boynton-Robinson at Tuskegee's Annual Juneteenth celebration.  Mrs. Robinson was beaten till near death at the Selma to Montgomery March.  She travels the world to tell the story of equal rights for all people.

  Pictured are Starbabies Shelissa and Katie with the Negro Airmen International at Operation Skyhook, the annual Black Airmen Flyin in Tuskegee's Moton Field.  Included are NAI President, officers and active airline pilots who gave local youth their first airplane ride.

  Pictured are Briana, Capri, Courtney Ford, Lauren and Shalaina with Dean Tsegaye Habtemariam of Ethiopia, the first African born dean of an American College or University.  Dr. Habtemariam is the Dean of Tuskegee University's prestigious School of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Applied Health.  With the Starbabies is another rising Tuskegee star, Sha'Ron Dennis.

 Pictured are Raven, Briana and Kathleen with a full-blooded Cherokee Indian.  The Creek, Choctaw, Cherokee and Chickasaw were native to Alabama as the "Civilized Tribes" because they planted and harvested crops, including corn.

 Pictured are Sukari, Briana and Courtney Ford on the Tuskegee City Square


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