The Iowa African-American Hall of Fame will induct three new members on Aug. 2. Jane Burleson, of Fort Dodge, a 33-year employee of Hormel & Co., was the first woman and first African-American to serve on the Fort Dodge City Council. Betty Jean Furgerson, of Waterloo, is retired director of the Waterloo Human Rights Commission, a six-year member of the Iowa Board of Regents and president emerita of the Iowa Public Broadcasting Board. William Hood Jr., of Cedar Rapids, is a retired professor and vice president for student affairs at Mount Mercy University and is currently director of Christian education for Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. The inductees will be recognized at a reception and banquet Aug. 2 at 5 p.m. at The Meadows Events & Conference Center in Altoona. Tickets are $50 per person. To reserve a seat, contact Rose Wilbanks at 515-294-1909.