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The father of Black Aviation, Charles A. “Chief” Anderson, turned the tide against segregation in the armed services when he gave Eleanor Roosevelt her first plane ride with a Black pilot – an experience which the US ...
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The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the only African-American WAC unit to serve overseas in WWII. This unit was responsible for redirecting the mail to the GI's on the battlefield, a Sisyphean feat, cons...
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Profile of Black Astronaut Frederick Drew Gregory. Guest: Col. Frederick Gregory, Astronaut (322)
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A discussion of Gen. Colin Powell and whether Americans would elect a black President. (1918)
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An examination of the impact of the black soldier in the nation's armed forces, his role as a leader in race relations and a pictorial history of the Black 92nd Division during WWII. (203)