The Tuskegee Airmen fought two wars simultaneously. In the skies of WWII Europe, these black fighter pilots fought the Nazis while defending American bombers. On the ground, they fought they institutional racism of the Army Air Corps and the United States. This second battle lasted much longer, but the Tuskegee Airmen were up to the task. After all, they won their fight just to be allowed to fly their planes, then won the respect of the white soldiers with their skill and courage, and then helped defeat the Axis -- a winning streak like that doesn't come from luck. Trey Ellis and Ricardo Khan tell the story of four... More >>>