Tuskegee Airmen

Here’s a key event that happened on this day brought to you by Black Facts 1942 – Tuskegee Airmen initiated The Army Air Corps’ all African American 100th Pursuit Squadron, later designated a fighter squadron, was activated at Tuskegee Institute. The squadron served honorably in England and in other regions of the European continent during […]

Milton Crenchaw, a flight instructor who trained the Tuskegee Airmen, has died. https://t.co/5SaFgJwSnV pic.twitter.com/k0cvK4SYsm — Dothan Eagle (@dothaneagle) November 18, 2015 Milton Crenchaw, one of…

Experts say that today's housing discrimination is still present and is much more subtle, as Black renters are turned away from certain areas.

Police in St. Louis are searching for suspects who robbed and carjacked a 93-year-old Tuskegee airman in two separate incidents Sunday. The first incident occurred when…

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama recently hosted a screening of “Red Tails” at the White House and invited real Tuskegee Airmen to the screening. “Red Tails” stars Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Ne-Yo were also in attendance. Check out video coverage, courtesy of the White House, below: RELATED: “Red Tails” & Praise 102.5 Take […]

Praise 102.5 and Brother Myron G had the honor of hosting an event at Wal-Mart today for the film Red Tails, which tells the historic tale of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen. Brother Myron was joined by Red Tails actor Elijah Kelley and real Tuskegee Airman Earl Martin. Red Tails was personally financed by Star Wars […]

Aaron McGruder, the creator of the comic strip and cartoon “The Boondocks” has added a new project to his resume by co-writing the George Lucas produced movie on the Tuskegee Airmen, “Red Tails.” McGruder’s “Boondocks” cartoon and comic strip was a biting satire of politics and pop culture and has caused controversy by mocking Condoleezza […]