Tuskegee Airman Visits the Bronzeville Children's Museum

Tuskegee airman spoke to students about black history and how he almost died serving a country that didn't want his help.

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Perfect timing! As the film "Red Tails" creates a buzz at the box office, Major Welton I. Taylor, a real Tuskegee Airman kicked off Black History month by speaking to children about his experiences as a pilot at the Bronzeville Children's Museum. Here, Taylor holds up a picture of himself as a young airman.
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Maj. Welton I. Taylor tells his story to a roomful of children from the Beasley Parent Center.
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Maj. Welton I. Taylor showing pictures as he told the audience about his war tales.
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Memories from World War II.
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Maj. Welton I. Taylor served in the first all-African American division to enter into combat in World War II.
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Maj. Welton I. Taylor poses for a picture with Peggy A. Montes, founder and president of the Bronzeville Children's Museum.
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