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    • Fighting Apartheid: A Cartoon History

    • Apartheid ;South Africa ;Caricatures and cartoons.
    • See also: Troubled Waters, By C. Cuadra ande R. Miel. Illustrated by D. David. European Parliament, 2002. What? Me? A Racist? European Commission, 1998.
    • Tuskegee: Radical Experiment (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska combat Tuskegee airmen alabama charles lane paul adams African American prejudice
    • Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army Air Forces (formerly Army Air Corps) program was started in Tuskegee, Alabama to train African Americans to fly and maintain combat aircraft. In...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 101 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 1 video television tv full program episode special magazine Bucklin Artist Grimm Vanderpool Lieutenant Colonel Lt Col Adams Lane Cattle Rancher Foreman Nation Maddux Sibbit Historian Carter Poet Laureate Ted Kooser Lavicky...
    • This episode includes: Fantasia in Clay, Cowgirl Up, Nebraska's Tuskegee Heroes, The Blizzard of 1949, Two Convicts in a Haystack, and Blizzard Voices of 1888.
    • Nebraska Stories: Nebraska's Tuskegee Heroes (Episode 101 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories Nebraska's Tuskegee Heroes video television tv segment clip special magazine Bucklin Colonel Lt Col Adams Lane NE story Great Plains Alabama state people history historic historical idea ideas event events life African-American...
    • Segment from Episode 1
      Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army Air Forces (formerly Army Air Corps) program was started in Tuskegee, Alabama to train African Americans to fly and...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 102 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 2 video television tv full program episode special magazine Wolford Defensive End Langston Trey Coleman Joel Makovicka Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Speechwriter Ted Sorensen Bob Devaney Ryan Toavs Potter...
    • This episode includes: The First Walk-On, A One-Room School, I Am an American, and A Day in Fontenelle Forest.
    • Nebraska Stories: The First Walk-On (Episode 102 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories The First Walk-On video television tv segment clip special magazine Wolford Defensive End Langston Trey Coleman Joel Makovicka Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Speechwriter Ted Sorensen Bob Devaney NE story Walk-Ons Walk On...
    • Segment from Episode 2
      Langston Coleman was a tough, African-American kid from the slums of Washington D.C. In 1963, Coleman hitchhiked from Washington D.C. to enroll at the University of Nebraska where he 'walked-on' at football practice in...
    • The War: Nebraska Stories - Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot

    • The War Nebraska Stories video World War II WWII Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot Willie Tripp Racism
    • Racism was a serious problem in World War II. The defense factories needed more workers than small towns in Nebraska could provide. When hundreds of diverse people arrived to help out, they were not always treated with respect. Willie Tripp wasn't...
    • The War: Nebraska Stories - Heroes Not Welcome

    • The War Nebraska Stories video World War II WWII Tuskegee Airmen African American Paul Adams Charles Lane racism
    • By the end of the war, the Tuskegee Airmen had destroyed 261 enemy aircraft. The 'Redtails,' as they were known, flew 200 bomber escort missions against some of the most heavily defended targets in Axis territory and lost a very small number of...
    • The War: Nebraska Stories - Mexican Americans Chosen First

    • The War Nebraska Stories video World War II WWII racism Mexican Marty Ramirez Nick Garcia draft
    • In the early 1900s, Mexicans migrated to Nebraska in large numbers for many reasons. Some left Mexico to escape the Mexican Revolution. Some came here to better their economic condition. Nebraska offered work in the beet fields, a fast-growing...
    • The War: Nebraska Stories - Tuskegee: Radical Experiment

    • The War Nebraska Stories video World War II WWII Tuskegee Airmen African American Paul Adams Charles Lane racism
    • Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army Air Forces (formerly Army Air Corps) program was started in Tuskegee, Alabama to train African Americans to fly and maintain combat aircraft. In this...
    • A Nebraska Tuskegee Airman Remebers Racism, and WWII -- September 22, 2007

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Tuskegee Airman Lieutenant Colonel Charles Lane Jr. airmen racism World War II veteran stories
    • Sixteen million Americans fought during World War II. Now, fewer than three million - less than a quarter - are still living. With most of them in their eighties, time is running out to hear their stories.

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