03 Apr A.R. Johnson’s 2022 Black History Program
During the program a new portrait of A.R. Johnson was unveiled. In addition, the A.R. Johnson school family presented the Augusta African American Historical Society with the second of two donations to go towards the replacement of the A.R. Johnson monument hit by a car several years ago.
The partnership between A.R. Johnson Magnet School and the AAAHS was started by the previous principal Charlie Tudor and continues under the leadership of their new principal Dr. Driggers.
Pictured (L-R), Dr. Lillie Butler Johnson, President, The Augusta African American Historical Society, Mr. Corey Rogers, Vice-President, The Augusta African American Historical Society and Historian at The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, Dr. Emily Driggers, Principal, A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School and Dr. LaMonica Hillman, Assistant Superintendent, Student Services, Richmond County Board of Education.