Tuskegee Airmen

Brown flew in 68 combat missions for the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American pilots in U.S. history, but he was also a committed to public service as an educator and university leader.

Seventy-five years ago, a group of men made history. Those men were the Tuskegee Airmen. Today, they are being celebrated for their achievements in a…

Milton Crenchaw, a flight instructor who trained the Tuskegee Airmen, has died. https://t.co/5SaFgJwSnV pic.twitter.com/k0cvK4SYsm — Dothan Eagle (@dothaneagle) November 18, 2015 Milton Crenchaw, one of…

Experts say that today's housing discrimination is still present and is much more subtle, as Black renters are turned away from certain areas.

Police in St. Louis are searching for suspects who robbed and carjacked a 93-year-old Tuskegee airman in two separate incidents Sunday. The first incident occurred when…

Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama is the first black college to be considered a registered national historic landmark and the only to be declared a…

The historic Smithsonian National African-American History Museum has received its first arrivals that will be on display for all to see at its grand opening…

Mildred Carter of Tuskegee was Alabama’s first licensed black female pilot. She earned her pilot’s license on February 1, 1941. With 150 hours of flight…

The Tuskegee Airmen were formed in 1941 in Tuskegee, Alabama. They would serve as the first black members of America’s Air Force. Among those enlisted…

Freda Thorton local African American owner-operator takes 150 high school kids to see the movie Red Tails ( she funded the entire event), she wanted to give kids an opportuntity to see what strides have been made in Black History. She quickly made contacts to have an up close and personal interaction with the Tuskegee Airman […]