A Tuskegee Airmen on shooting down Nazis and civil rights today

A rare interview with a true changemaker, a surviving member of the Tuskegee Airmen - the all black air squadron formed to fight the Nazis during WWII - who tells us what it was like flying a fighter to protect our bombers and shooting down enemy fighters. He gives us details on what it was like when the enemy was coming after him, the day he almost got shot down, what he had to do to go to the bathroom while flying for hours on end, how cold it was at the altitude he was flying, the scenery he saw, and what he thinks of civil rights today.

Produced by Tracey Andruscavage.

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