George Watts has been waiting 70 years for the U.S. Army to issue the medals he earned in a segregated unity during World War II.
A bit of cultural sensitivity may be coming to Army regulations about hairstyles, as the result of complaints by black lawmakers. Reports Politico: The Pentagon is reviewing its hairstyle regulations for black women after the Congressional Black Caucus complained the Army had unfairly singled them out in new rules on soldiers’ appearances. Defense Secretary Chuck […]
Tevin Geike (pictured), a White soldier, was allegedly stabbed to death in Washington Saturday night by one of five Black males, and Geike may have been the victim of a hate crime, KiroTV reports. SEE ALSO: Use Of Force To Be Studied In D.C. Police Chase Geike was reportedly celebrating the end of his military […]
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