Museum of Tolerance and Ford Motor Company invite you to join us for an unforgettable virtual screening of

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Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson, 98, and Lt. Col. Harry T. Stewart, 95, two of the last living Tuskegee Airmen, recount their pulse-pounding and often heartbreaking experiences as the first African American military pilots who not only fought in World War II, but fought for the right to fight for their country.

A story that begins in the segregated fields of Alabama, where blacks were not considered capable enough to fly planes, ultimately carries audiences from the embattled skies above Italy, to German POW and concentration camps, and back to a segregated America they were willing to give their lives for. In their own words, Jefferson and Stewart mix war adventure and memoir into a movingly intimate account of what it means to serve a country that doesn’t want you.

Join the conversation following the screening. Moderated by Liebe Geft, Director of the Museum of Tolerance.

-Jesse Nesser, Director 
-Tuskegee Airmen: Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson and Lt. Col. Harry T. Stewart 
-Pamela Alexander, Director, Community Development, Ford Motor Company Fund 
-Brian R. Smith, President, Tuskegee Airmen National Museum

This special screening is presented without charge but reservations are required. Once you successfully register for this Virtual Screening you will receive an Order Confirmation from Brown Paper Tickets.

Under the section NOTE FROM THE PRODUCER OF OUR VOICES : OUR STORIES: THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN is a Link to view the film Sunday at 4:00pm.

If you have questions about the screening please e-mail

Or, you may call the Advanced Ticket Desk at 310-772-2505 to secure your advanced ticket purchase.

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