Freedom Flyers of Tuskegee

Freedom Flyers of Tuskegee

DVD - 2011
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Tells the story of the more than 950 African American men who became fighter pilots at the Tuskegee Army Airfield during World War II, including their struggle to be accepted as United States Army Air Corps pilots and their fight to represent and defend a country that denied them many of their basic rights and civil liberties.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : Choices, c2011
ISBN: 9781933724362
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (49 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Pereira, Michaela
Choices, Inc


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oldhag Jan 13, 2012

WOW!! A well-done film. Eleanor Roosevelt is due credit for forcing her husband to give black men the chance to fly. Once the opportunity was available, black air force cadets acquitted themselves admirably despite the discrimination, the deprivations, and the doubters that they endured. As one Tuskegee Airman said, "It's my country. Despite its failings, I have as big a stake in it as anybody". But between swelling pride, and falling tears, the thought of what "might have been" occurs. What might these men have done for the country, their families, and themselves had they had the much discussed, little displayed, equal opportunity that this nation likes to congratulate itself on?
Looking forward to "Red Tails", the new George Lucas film about the Tuskegee Airmen which opens on January 20th.


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