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Why we should never forget the shameful treatment of Black service members
The experience of Black veterans is the experience of the nation, but some are trying to remove them from the conversation.
Black and Native American heroes from as far back as WWII may see Medal of Honor upgrades
The military services need to sort through thousands of citations.
We salute the Army’s first Black Ranger instructor who became a legendary neighborhood crime-fighter
"If you watched his body language ... you would get the message, 'I'm not the one to mess with.'"
The graffiti may be gone, but the question of whether ‘black vets count’ remains
"We cannot answer with empty words and think of ourselves as patriots. Instead, we must fight to undo the racist policies and cultural norms that have been telling African-American veterans that they don’t count for far too long"
This Animation Tells The True Story Of A Soldier Who Was Lynched For Being Black In 1898
In 1898, on a sweltering summer day in mid August, Army Pvt. James Neely of the all-black 25th Infantry Regiment...
The Tragic And Ignored History Of Black Veterans
On a December morning in 1918, Charles Lewis began his last day as a private in the United States Army....