Tuskegee Airmen want $32-million museum to land in Detroit

The Tuskegee Airmen, the World War II soldiers whose heroics have gone largely unheralded for more than 60 years, revealed to the Free Press on Thursday plans for a $32-million national museum in Detroit, to be built with corporation donations and the unique strategy of asking every African American for an $8 contribution.

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