What It Means To Serve — African Americans In Service: WW1 To Tuskegee

World War 1: US Army's segregated 366th Infantry Officers: Abbott, Lowe, Fisher, White. National Archives

Two Presentations February 26, Saturday, 1pm, Free RSVP Eventbrite seating is limited.
The Story Of Segregation In The US Army During The Great War — World War 1. Presented by Dana Lombardy, World War 1 historian, author, editor, cartographer, graphic artist, and designer.
An Afternoon With A Tuskegee Airman The life and service of Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. the 1st commander of the World War 2 Tuskegee Airmen and first US Air Force African-American brigadier general. Presented by Prof Jim Armstead, retired professor of Strategy and International law from the US Naval War College.
Presented as part of the Black History Exhibit We Served With Courage, Honor, Determination And Hope in the Veterans Gallery, Veterans Building, 401 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.

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