The Tragic And Ignored History Of Black Veterans
Between the end of the Civil War and World War II, many black veterans who fought for their country’s ideals abroad became victims of violent racism at home.
Congress Approves Ban On Confederate Flags In VA Cemeteries
Amid national debate, Congress moved to ban the Confederate flag from VA cemeteries under certain conditions.
A Navy Veteran’s Story Of Brotherhood During The Jim Crow Era
Though Arby Hambric faced discrimination as a black sailor, shared service proved to be a stronger bond than skin color.