When we think of Patriotism we mainly think of people being honored among the military.Mostly white people we hear about in the news and we read also in this era we live in. What about the Afro-Americans who risked their lives in the wars we are fighting today and years ago? Never has there been a mention of a African-American soldier risking their lives in WW11 or on D Day in Normandy when they landed on the beaches. Maybe people have never realized in the Civil War thousands of Blacks have lost their lives fighting in their own country trying to gain freedom.What about the Tuskagee Airmen who made a great accomplishment in the fighting they did overseas for our country?Sometime a small mention of them we can hear nothing that great like when we hear about Dolittle or Billy Mitchell.Why I ask myself this question. Think about what I said.J
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