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A new bill would exonerate African-American sailors who mutinied after Port Chicago explosion 75 years ago
In tandem with the approaching 75th anniversary of the Port Chicago explosion — the deadliest home-front disaster of World War II — an California congressman has added an amendment to a federal bill that would exonerate 50 survivors of the accident who were convicted of mutiny for refusing to return to work in unsafe conditions
5 Lessons About Life And Business From All-Black Military Units In World War II
We need to remember and embrace some of the lessons of battlefield excellence that all-black military units displayed during World...