“The D.A.P. was about a bond shared by African-American soldiers who took agency in acknowledging their own humanity at a time when that humanity was challenged and attacked at home,” writes Durham’s Howard Craft.
“The D.A.P. was about a bond shared by African-American soldiers who took agency in acknowledging their own humanity at a time when that humanity was challenged and attacked at home,” writes Durham’s Howard Craft. News and Observer file photo
“The D.A.P. was about a bond shared by African-American soldiers who took agency in acknowledging their own humanity at a time when that humanity was challenged and attacked at home,” writes Durham’s Howard Craft. News and Observer file photo

From Vietnam to Durham with dignity and pride – Howard Craft

November 19, 2017 09:30 AM

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