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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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Action-filled 90-minute theatrical documentary of how The Tuskegee Airmen Shot Jim Crow Out of the Skies. A true WWII story starring the real heroes themselves: Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Edward C. Gleed, Roscoe C. Brown...
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A discussion of Gen. Colin Powell and whether Americans would elect a black President. (1918)
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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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Is gender discrimination still prevalent in the military? Guests: TSgt. Linda Allbee and Capt. Gloria Harrision (1805)
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Discusses the Black experience in the military, focuses on the training and participation of Black airmen in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, such as the Tuskegee Airmen of the 99th Fighter Squadron. Also ...
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Still flying high after 60 years, the Tuskegee Airmen’s story stands as one of the most illustrious chapters in American military history. As a testament to this courageous group of patriots, the U. S. Senate passed a...