On the 50th anniversary of the signing of the executive order that officially desegregated the nation’s armed forces, Hollywood was showing its version of that war era. Many Black veterans felt it was another example of how the contributions of Blacks in the military are ignored or maligned. On this program, the series combines archival photographs, vintage footage and interviews with veterans to fill in the missing pages of history. 2120
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