The Tuskegee Airmen were the Black heroes of the skies during World War II—they included some of the most decorated fliers of the war and lost minimal bombers to enemy fire. In this presentation by Jenny Barnett of the African American Museum of Iowa, we'll explore the stories of the Airmen, including 13 Iowans, and learn about how these brave soldiers fought for freedom abroad and equality at home.

The video of this presentation will be publicly available from Saturday, February 12th to Saturday, February 19th.

 

 

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