The men who broke the color barrier in the military have a permanent display in the Southern California Museum. Georgia Kelly says the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit is truly inspiring.
“It gives me a sense of pride because, being a Black person, I know what we have done and what we can do.”
The exhibit features a fighter plane along with paintings and photographs of the men described as American heroes. The museum’s president, Jim Kidrick, says the Tuskegee Airmen are important in history.
“It’s integral to the history of us, the history of the United States. I think it’s important for us to look at it inspirationally, aspirationally,” Kidrick said.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is open seven days a week.
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