Tuskeegee airmen analogy-Nadia Benn- Burrowes

Tuskeegee airmen analogy-Nadia Benn- Burrowes
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  • How would you describe the training conditions for African American men during WW2?
  • The training given to African American aircraft fighter, which was my skill would be viewed as bias in my eyes.I take this stand bc we were given unequal training circumstances.
  • What camps were you trained in for the war? Where were these camps located?
  • I trained at one base in Tuskeegee, Alabama called Tuskeegee Army Airfield
  • Do you believe you received any benefits for you're nation? Do you believe this country of discrimination is worth fighting for?
  • I received he benefit of watching men like myself motivate them self to push forward pave he way for others. I do believe this country is worth fighting for because the end result defines the nations worth.
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