Birmingham, Ala. — Vulcan® Park and Museum and Bright House Networks will once again partner to recognize a “Living Legend” of Birmingham Leadership in commemoration of Black History Month. Alabama State Senator Linda Coleman-Madison, the first black female elected to the Birmingham City Council, will be awarded this acknowledgement at the program held at 10:30 a.m. on February 18 at Vulcan® Park and Museum.
Students from Woodlawn and Parker High Schools will be present at the event honoring Senator Coleman-Madison’s achievements. The students will be given an introduction to Vulcan® Park and Museum as well as an overview of the Senator’s career. Following a one-on-one interview with the “Living Legend,” the students will be given the opportunity to ask prepared questions as it relates to their studies and their particular interests.
To learn more about the educational program honoring Senator Linda Coleman-Madison, see visitvulcan.com. For social media, use #LivingLegends2016.
About Living Legends of Birmingham Leadership
This educational program created in 2015, is a joint concept of Vulcan® Park and Museum and Bright House Networks. The purpose is to educate and inform Birmingham City School students of the achievements of Birmingham Living Legends in Black History as well as provide them the opportunity to visit Vulcan® Park and Museum.