THE GOLDEN 13: How Black Men Won the Right to Wear Navy Gold
Thirteen courageous men who broke the color barrier in the Navy were given little accord once commissioned, and their story had too often been overlooked when recounting the saga of World War II and the coming civil rights movement. In this account Goldberg brings these thirteen forgotten heroes away from the margins and into the spotlight. Photos.
Item #: 1947508
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