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Barbara Binns presents the inspiring story of one man in his struggle for racial equality in the field of battle and the field of medicine. The Tuskegee Airmen heroically fought for the right to be officers of the US military so that they might participate in World War II by flying overseas to help defeat fascism. However, after winning that battle, they faced their next great challenge at Freeman Field, Iowa, where racist white officers barred...
When his brother Lamont is released from prison early, T'Shawn puts all his emotions into diving practice, but as crime increases in the neighborhood, people begin to suspect Lamont, and T'Shawn must learn to trust his brother.