Starting in front of the Old State House it extends down West Markham and eventually to the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. The first names were placed in 2011 and are placed annually. Each year has a theme, and in the year Mrs. Pankey was honored, it was “Economic Advancement.”
Mrs. Pankey knew the importance of home ownership and began purchasing land in 1907 and established the black community of Pankey fifteen miles northwest of Little Rock. She purchased and sold many acres of land in the area and established communities, but the Pankey community is the only one still in existence today.