Author Linda Hervieux will discuss the unsung role African-American soldiers played in World War II. It is not a new story. Black soldiers contributed to every war extending all the way back to the founding of our country, even as they were denied basic rights of liberty and citizenship. Theirs is a record of heroism and bravery that remains unrecognized today. Among their ranks is a forgotten Black hero of the D-Day invasion who was nominated for—and denied—the Medal of Honor he rightfully deserved. You must register to get an invitation to this Zoom event. (If you don't get the invitation, check your spam folder.)
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