(Photos by Wayne Miller for the Henrico Citizen) 11/15/12
Local actors ranging in age from five to 60 participated in “Man of Honor,” a play about the Life of Lt. Henry O. Flipper (portrayed above by Devon Mosby) Nov. 10 at Henrico Theatre in Highland Springs. Flipper was the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The event also featured a slide show recognizing local veterans, including Welford L. Williams, the subject of a recent story in the Henrico Citizen.
Host Inga Carr (founder of Village 2 Village & Spoken Word Artist)
Thomas J. Wooden Jr., the writer and producer of "Man Of Honor"
Actors depict a 1992 scene in which the family of Lt. Henry O. Flipper receives news that he has been pardoned by President Bill Clinton.
Andru Manning (front) as a young Henry Flipper and Shoshannah Childs as Isabel Flipper, Henry's mom
Michael Cheatham (left) as Festus Flipper, Henry's father, and Devon Mosby as Henry Flipper
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