The Tuskegee Of Tuskegee And Tuskegee Essay

1061 Words May 20th, 2015 5 Pages
The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black pilots in WWII who were extremely talented and disciplined.1 These brave and courageous men were known to fight two wars: the war against the Power Axis in Germany and the war against extreme racism at home.2 The Tuskegee Airmen were youth who helped their county in more ways than one and set a new viewpoint on how the African American race would be viewed.3 Tuskegee was a small town with only 2,000 people of the black and white race. On July, 4, 1881, Booker T. Washington, opened the Tuskegee Institute Normal School in Tuskegee, Alabama. The Tuskegee Institute was built to help save the lives of the African American race and help them become what they were bound to be. In this school, Washington was the teacher and he wanted to understand the lives of the students he would be teaching. Therefore, he would go live with some of his soon to be students and understand what they went through and to see their academic level. Since Washington was to build the school from the three original ramshackle buildings, he had to make a plan of attack. He spent countless hours working at the Institute from the ground up and taught the students everyday basics of certain jobs so they could go out and make a decent living one day. These skills included agriculture, farming, and construction. They also were taught the true meaning of hard work and were given a legacy that would live on for centuries to come. Booker T. Washington was a hard-working man…

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