Willie Rogers, who also served with the Red Tail Angels, passed away from complications from a previous stroke.

Brown flew in 68 combat missions for the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American pilots in U.S. history, but he was also a committed to public service as an educator and university leader.

Milton Crenchaw, a flight instructor who trained the Tuskegee Airmen, has died. https://t.co/5SaFgJwSnV pic.twitter.com/k0cvK4SYsm — Dothan Eagle (@dothaneagle) November 18, 2015 Milton Crenchaw, one of…

Experts say that today's housing discrimination is still present and is much more subtle, as Black renters are turned away from certain areas.

Clarence E. Huntley and Joseph Shambrey, two men of the historic all-Black Tuskegee Airmen military, passed away on January 5, at the same age of…

In the last of TheUrbandaily.com’s interviews with the cast of Red Tails, one of the original Tuskegee Airmen Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. gives us his first hand recollections about flying a fighter plane in World War II and how accurate he felt the movie was.  The cast also speak on the impact the Tuskegee […]

George Lucas’s new film, Red Tails, depicting the story of the historic Tuskegee Airmen,  America’s first black aviators opens this Friday, January 20th across the country.  The highly anticipated movie will educate many about the plight and how the courageous African-American pilots flew and fought not only against the Nazis but their own country’s racism. […]