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Duty Beyond the Battlefield – Le’Trice Donaldson



In the years after the American Civil War, Black Americans continued to fight for a country that treated them as second-class citizens. While serving in America’s wars, they forged a new identity as freedom fighters, challenging white notions and demanding full citizenship and recognition. Dr. Le’Trice Donaldson probes the idea of what it meant to be a soldier who followed the philosophy of progress both on and off the battlefield.

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