March on Washington: Don’t Forget War Veterans (Video)

Radio One and Walmart sponsored a special screening of The Veterans’s of Color in Silver Spring at the American Film Institute. The film documents the stories of African American veterans and will be preserved in the National Archives.

Radio One’s Cathy Hughes says recognizing veterans was a part of Martin Luther King’s dream.

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The film, produced by Dr. Bernard C. Watson and directed by Mark Parry, was sponsored by Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Manasota Branch.

New Film Documents Black Veterans Struggle (Video)

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The famed Tuskegee Airmen, Korean War servicemen among other veterans recently joined a special screening of the documentary “The Veterans of Color” at the American Film Institute Theatre in Silver Spring. The event was a part of the commemoration of the March on Washington. Veterans contributions to American history shouldn’t be forgotten, says Cathy Hughes, Founder […]

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Radio One Salutes Veterans of Color at the AFI

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About 250 veterans to include the famed Tuskegee Airmen joined a special screening of the documentary “Veterans of Color” at the American Film Institute Theatre in Silver Spring on August 21. The documentary is part of an initiative introduced by Congress in 2000. It established a veterans project to preserve the stories of American war veterans and understand the […]

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Tamika Smith

About Tamika Smith

Tamika Smith is passionate and curious about the world. She often wonders what motivates people to walk in their particular journeys in life. A native of Miami, Florida Smith graduated from Howard University in 2007 and continues to give back through mentorship.


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