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Flight: The Story of Virgil Richardson, A Tuskegee Airman in Mexico

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Virgil Richardson has blazed his own unique trail through the twentieth century: a co-founder of Harlem's American Negro Theater and radio personality in 1930s, a World War II pilot, and an expatriate through much of the last fifty years. In Flight, this remarkable man tells the story of his life in his own vivid words. Educated in Texas, Richardson set out for New York Ci ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 8th 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published November 6th 2004)
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Shawn Cunningham
A good book for anyone wanting to know African American history during WWII as well as learn of racial difficulties during that era.
I would recommend this book for young adults.

Publisher:Pallgrave Macmillian
Publication Date: 2004

Audience: young adults. 15-20
specific use: independent reading / class discussion
social issues: black men fighting in wwII
literacy elements: man's determination. conflict of man v. man
genre: nonfiction
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