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Mission Statement

The mission of the Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association is to  build a coalition focused on preserving and promoting the cultural history of the Dunbar Historic District and create opportunities for community, education and economic development.


Dunbar High School Class of 1939 Pictured

Vision Statement
Who We Serve

Our vision is to uplift our community through better resources, community outreach, and the arts. Our vision is to make our neighborhood great again. 

The community that we serve rest within the boundaries of Martin Luther King Drive and West 8th Street to Broadway Street and West 29th Street. 

The Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association Board Members

Angel Burt - Executive Director
Angela Shaw - President
Jamesia Givan - Secretary
Tonisha Thorpe - Treasurer
Mayo Johnson
Brenttia Clayton
Osyrus Bolly
KenDrell Collins
Marcia Kemp
Valerie Pruitt
Deidra Jones
Marlow Rockwell
Garbo Hearne
Kenya Eddings

Who We Are

The Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association (DHNA) is powered by a great team of workers! 

Membership Dues: $20 annually

The DHNA meets at 6pm on the 3rd Thursday of the month at Dunbar Community Center, located at 1001 W. 16th St, Little Rock, AR 72202.

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