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Phenola Culbreath-Smith second African American Stewardess for Delta Air Lines

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Live interview with Phenola Culbreath-Smith the second African American Stewardess hired by Delta Air Lines in 1966.  Enjoy her personal stories about breaking the color barriers as a pioneer in aviation.  Listen to her exciting stories of the exciting places she traveled Domestic and International, while meeting exciting people, learning new cultures and fulfilling her dreams modeling and being  the first African American stewardess to appear in Delta commericals. The show really becomes interesting when we were joined by Patricia Grace Murphy, the first African American Stewardess Delta hired and Deborah Holmes our dear friend and retired Delta Flight Attendant.

We close the show honoring October as being breast cancer awareness month.  Phenola is a cancer survivor and gives us some valuable information  about her victory with cancer and educates the audience about the signs of ovarian cancer.