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Topic - Tuskegee Airmen
After an Inauguration Day full of pomp, speeches and parades, the president and first lady joined thousands of supporters and special guests in black ties and an array of sparkling gowns for an elegant evening of dancing and star-studded entertainment at the Washington Convention Center.
LaTroy Hawkins has heard the stories from his 87-year-old grandfather, about his days of picking cotton in Mississippi, about the times when there were no black players in big league baseball.
Organizers say actor Cuba Gooding Jr. will participate in New York City's Veterans Day Parade.
Henry Bohler, 82, Tuskegee Airman