The mission of the Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association is to find, document, preserve and promote the culturally rich history of this African American neighborhood, and to help restore it to its original prominence.
*Dunbar High Class of 1939 Pictured
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 and West 29th.
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Meet The Team
Angela was educated in the Little Rock School District and is a graduate of LRCH and Grambling State University. She has been in advertising and marketing for 23 years and is currently with Cumulus Media.
The Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association is powered by a great team of workers!
Membership Dues: $5 annually
Yvonne Collier Alexander was born and reared in Little Rock, AR and is a life member of Union AME Church located on the corner of Wright Avenue & Pulaski. A product of the Little Rock public school system, she attended Dunbar Jr. High and the historic Central High school.