at Pikes Peak Library District
by Clarence Shivers
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Uzee Brown, Jr.
We welcome you to our new and improved website. We request you to kindly browser the various sections of our site which provides a glimpse into the history of the Shivers Fund which was started in 1993 with the inauguration of the Shivers African-American Historical and Cultural Collection at the Pikes Peak Library District.
It is true that the final five-day Shivers Celebration was held a few years, ago. However, the Shivers Fund and Concert Series will continue. We will continue to present individual concerts, contribute to the African-American collection at the library, award grants and scholarships to students and encourage young people who have an interest in the arts.
"My Life as a Tuskegee Airman"
The late retired Lt. Colonel Clarence Shivers reflects on his career as a pilot and a Tuskegee Airman. He also talks about his art career and sculpture of a Tuskegee airman at the Air Force Academy.
@ 2017 Shivers Fund at PPLD