Living Legends – Alexander Jefferson “Tuskegee WWII Pilot”

Posted on March 19, 2013


Alexander Jefferson an African American Tuskegee WWII Pilot,  took time for Questions & Answers for our TV Show “Pathways to Paradise” with Tina Quizon and a group of distinguished Women Veterans. Alexander shares how important it is to learn the history of our past and to continue the work now, for

Living Legends - Alexander Jefferson "Tuskegee WWII Pilot" Photo by Tammy Szabo

Living Legends – Alexander Jefferson “Tuskegee WWII Pilot” Photo by Tammy Szabo

the next generation and Humanity.

The group of veterans address the need for more action and concerns with the lack of compassion and respect for people who may have fallen on hard times, it is just one of the many dialogues needed to combat against the New War on Poverty and Homelessness. Alexander gives a reminder to all of us about the importance of learning about our past history.

Lt. Colonel Alexander Jefferson added, “To not hinder others through ignorance, discrimination and racism.”

Here is the link to view the TV Show:


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