2 edition of African-Americans in the Military found in the catalog.
African-Americans in the Military
Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society. Jean Sampson Scott Greater New York Chapter.
|Contributions||Burbridge, Doris Auerille De Vonish., Burbridge, Richard Bernard., Johnson, Floyd Adisa Ajene., Ramsey, Andrea Butler., Redman, Sandra Gruby., Smith, Alene Jackson.|
|LC Classifications||D639.N4 A36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||2009437224|
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A fascinating chronicle of the endeavors of African Americans who fought for their country: this book recounts their stories, their bravery, and their contributions.
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Dating all the way back to the American Revolution, African-Americans have played key roles in the history (and success) of the U.S. military. Profiled are some notable African-Americans and their.
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armed forces. Some African Americans covered include: Crispus Attucks: First Patriot to die in. By the beginning of World War II, African Americans were putting increased pressure on the government to make conditions more equal for blacks in the armed forces. Still reluctant to integrate the military, the government took a step forward in by creating the first all-black military aviation program, at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
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Military during the Vietnam War, (University Press of America, ) is a clear example of what can happen when an author is not grounded in source material. It is, sadly, not a new phenomenon.
African-Americans (also known as Black Americans and Afro-Americans) are an ethnic group in the United States. The first achievements by African-Americans in various fields historically marked footholds, often leading to more widespread cultural change.
The shorthand phrase for this is "breaking the color barrier". One commonly cited example is that of Jackie Robinson, who was the first.
African Americans in the Military | The American Civil Rights Movement has been at the forefront of discussion regarding socio-economic progress achieved by various minority groups (including women) in the United States.
Without question the movement was the pinnacle point that drove home to millions of Americans the inhumane, immoral and despicable treatment that many African American.Kentucky cultural center recognizes African Americans who served in the military “Black History in the Barrens: Those Who Served in the Military” is an exhibit that is currently on display in.Celebrating the contributions of African Americans in military service brings to mind several individuals and units that are well known, like Master Chief Carl Brashear, the Buffalo soldiers, and.