Black Liberation and the Vietnam War National Museum of African American History and Culture

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The Vietnam War can still stir up a heated debate, even 50 years after it ended, especially among people who lived through that era. One legacy is certain—Vietnam was the training ground for many African American junior military personnel who went on to valuable service in the military and American society.

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