The Mesa Tribune Newspaper - Mesa group launches drive for Buffalo Soldiers state at Capitol.
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This area nonprofit is raising funds to erect a Buffalo Soldier monument at the Arizona State Capitol. Commander Fred Marable and Deputy Commander London-Marable, founders of the Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory are reaching out to businesses, veterans' organizations, entrepreneurs, sports figures, nonprofit organizations, community leaders and individuals for help to erect the first African American Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument, 9th and 10th Cavalry and 24th and 25th Infantry, which will be placed at the Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza in Phoenix, the fundraising goals is $650,000
Alexa Block - Digital Journalist, Channel 12 News. Proposed monument near Arizona's capitol would honor forgotten Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument. Buffalo Soldiers Day: How Black Soldiers laid the foundation for Equality in America.
July 28, 2020 Buffalo Soldiers Day: How Black Soldiers laid the foundation for Equality in America.
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HELP OUR CAUSE FUNDRAISER $650,000 Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument, 1866 - 1902 to be erect at the Arizona State Capitol, Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
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On February 14, 2018, Senator Catherine Miranda, SB1179 Buffalo Soldiers Memorial and the Official Arizona Centennial Legacy Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment, Mesa, Arizona is the proponent of the SB1179.
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