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Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights (Yoshino)

Yoshino offers a description of three stages of the assault on civil rights – conversion, passing, and covering. Though he focuses on the challenges faced by gays (including himself), Michelle Obama’s graduation speech at Tuskegee came to mind: 214 more words


North American P-51C Mustang

@ Colorado Springs Airport, Colorado Springs, CO

August 2014

This Mustang taxies in after a flight performance at the inaugural Pikes Peak Regional Airshow.  The CAF Red Tail Squadron restored and flies this rare P-51C to create interest in the story of the Tuskegee Airmen.  37 more words

Remember Tuskegee?

The idea that a US government health agency would intentionally infect its citizens with syphilis—experiment with them as the Nazis did in Germany for the benefit of science—is so preposterous, so evil, that anyone who would allege such a thing or produce a documentary film exposing it should justifiably be censored and silenced. 113 more words


Letting Go Challenge: Week 26


  • 16 plastic containers and at least a dozen extra lids (lids without bodies, not counted)
  • Coffee cup
  • Expired license (as of May of 2015)
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Commemorate The Tuskegee Airmen’s 75th Anniversary in Select U.S. Movie Theaters March 29th

Commemorate The Tuskegee Airmen’’s 75th Anniversary in Select U.S. Movie Theaters March 29th

Presented by Fathom Events and Bryton Entertainment, This Event Pays Tribute to America’s First African-American Fighter Pilots from World War II… 722 more words


In the Madding Crowd

I thought I had convinced myself that I knew exactly what to expect. Afterall this was a Trump Rally in downtown Atlanta on a late Sunday afternoon. 2,925 more words