LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Governor's Mansion hosted the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame as they inducted their class of 2013.
Six distinguished Arkansans joined the honor roll, and Saturday night's dinner helped raise money for organizations serving the African American community. Raye Jean Montague, Gerald Alley, Richard Anderson, Morris Hayes, and Art Porter Junior and Willie Roaf were inducted.
Arkansas Black Hall of Fame chairman and founder Charles Stewart said the Hall of Fame has raised more than $365,000 since they began in 2004.