Bessie Coleman / Strength - Women Fly Aviation Notecards - Pack of 8 Cards
On the front:
"I refuse to take no for an answer."
On the back:
Bessie Coleman: Racism and sexism were a sign of the times, but "Queen Bess" had her sights set far above the pit of prejudice. Denied access to flight instruction in American, Bessie became fluent in French and in 1921 corssed the ocean to realize her dream. As the first African American to earn a pilot's license, she defied injustice and won. In 1995, Bessie became the eighteenth honoree in the US Postal Services's Black Heritage Stamp Series.
Women Fly Aviation Notecards By Women Fly
Colorful and inspiring blank notecards appropriate for any occasion.
Brilliant, full color notecards of our favorite aviator designs on 12 point glossy white cardstock with matching envelopes. Cards are blank inside with pilot bios and inspirational messages on the back.
Brilliant artwork and inspiring thoughts make these sets of cards a great gift (or just use 'em yourself!). Cards measure 5-1/2 x 4-1/4. Each set comes in a handy notecard box.